Nagyatad is the a small Hungarian town, population 12,000, where the impossible-bodied Bel Ami hunk Kris Evans called home. But now Kris is looking for somewhere new to live after local tabloids and TV reports spread the news that he was a porn star. A screengrab from one of the tabloid reports is below, and here’s a confusing link to one of them, via Google Translator.
According to the tabloid, Kris Evans’s dirty little secret was likely leaked to reporters by a fellow local who was jealous of the designer clothes and nice car that Kris was able to afford with his new porn money. The tabloid states that Kris quit the police force before they had a chance to fire him, and that he’s planning to move abroad to weather the storm.
This week, Bel Ami confirmed that "these developments have turned his life upside-down:"
When he began to shoot for us, I told him he would become too popular too quickly to be able to contain it. I asked him to leave the police force because I knew it could create a scandal which could be exploited politically. Unfortunately, he didn’t listen.
The exposure happened quite unexpectedly. As usual, it was a local gay village idiot spreading the news around. Even though we block access to our websites in Slovakia, Czech Republic and Hungary, people will find out…. The story unfortunately broke during early Parliamentary elections, amid several police scandals, and the news of a police officer going off to shoot gay porn was seized upon as prime material for scandal.
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