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A Hardcore Porn Movie was Shot at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum in 2001

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The USC Trojans were horrible in 2001. They were so horrible, in fact, that many firmly believed that the 6-6 group (5th in the Pac-10) wasn’t worthy of playing at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum at the time.

That’s the sort of regard that folks in Los Angeles have always had for their Coliseum.

Mind you, the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum is a locale where two separate sets of Summer Olympics occurred. This is a place that’s hosted both Super Bowls and World Series. John F. Kennedy gave his infamous 1960 Democratic National Convention acceptance speech there. Heck, in 1984, it was deemed a National Historic Landmark.

And if all of that doesn’t blow you away, apparently, it’s also the place where "The Gangbang Girl #32," a hardcore porn flick that’s mostly renowned for its excessive group sex scenes, took place. As noted by the Los Angeles Times:

The filming at the taxpayer-owned stadium was done at night, with the Coliseum's towering lights blazing and its rows of distinctive red and white seats framing many of the scenes. The video also shows the stadium's signature tunnel, which the Trojan team charges through at the start of games, as well as a sliver of the iconic peristyle, the arched entrance to the Coliseum.

"I was just in awe that we were at the Coliseum," said a star of the film, who goes by the name Mr. Marcus. "I've made movies for about 20 years and I've done a lot of things, but that one really stands out.… I mean, who gets to have sex on the Coliseum floor?"

Marcus said the football-themed footage was shot on a single night, including some non-explicit scenes filmed in a Coliseum locker room that did not make the final cut. The Coliseum is not identified by name in the video, which was made in 2001 and released in 2002. About half of the 90-minute movie was filmed elsewhere.

Fantastic.

For what it’s worth, nobody who was running the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum at the time has any clue as to how a porn company got to shoot their movie there. According to the people that the Times spoke to, there was never any permission granted for anything of that sort. Then again, seeing as former general manager Patrick Lynch was indicted in a huge corruption case early last year, relying on the honesty and integrity of past high-ranked employees when trying to figure out how this was allowed to happen may not be the wisest of moves.

Over the next few weeks, more details will undoubtedly emerge regarding this case. However, for now, it’s great to know that the 2001 USC Trojans weren’t the worst thing to happen to Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum that year.

(Kudos Los Angeles Times)

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