Miami Wags Finger, Lease At Sexy Website

Gay Porn Co. On The Street?

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Bad news for porn lovers. Porn impresario Phillip Bleicher and his company, Flava Works, have been ordered to shut down his Miami operation. Bleicher, who Jasmyne Cannick recently declared cold war upon, had been using a residential house to run one of his websites, but apparently it didn’t live up to the city’s “codes.”

After 10 hours of listening to evidence and arguments, Miami’s Code Enforcement Board ruled late Monday that Phillip Bleicher’s Flava Works, an Internet porn production and distribution company, is illegally running an adult entertainment business out of a single-family home at 503 NE 27th St. — zoned for residential use — and ordered that those operations cease.

The website is CocoDorm.com, where visitors can, for a fee, watch live video streams from the Edgewater house, where chiseled young males are paid $1,200, plus room, board and meals, to live in the two-story home for a month and have sex with each other on schedule.

Don’t worry, though, the boys may not be working the streets. Bleicher plans to appeal. His lawyer insists the company’s protected by the first amendment and vows to fight. “We’re not going to put our tail between our legs…”

No punchline required.

(Image note: Some of you will notice we changed this story’s image. Bleicher objected to our using any likeness to his magazine, Flava Life. We thought it was great publicity, although we think this picture’s far more appropriate.)