November 24, 2007 06:03pm
Who Is Jimmy Drama
Source: Adult Industry News
by: Tiki Pavelle
Who is Jimmy Drama and What is He Doing?
Anyone who has spent any time on MySpace, XPeeps, Adult Space, Fubar, Friendster or Xfanz has invariably run across Jimmy Drama, particularly if they have had trouble with missing or broken links, fake pages or missed publicity opportunities.
Jimmy doesn’t create these problems - he fixes them. Like an internet superhero Jimmy is out there day after day, helping people in the entertainment industry in exchange for nothing more that the occasional T-shirt, screener DVD, and the hope of building a company that will solve peoples’ problems.
Drama is not an agent, although he’d be inclined to do so if he were located in LA or Las Vegas instead of his current Baltimore, Md home. The founder of fledgeling company True Genius, Jimmy ferrets out fake pages and gets them eliminated (between 50 and 100 each for alone for the likes of Jenna Jameson and Tera Patrick.) He also helps setup pages, finds hackers and gets them deleted, and facilitates connections between stars and production companies. A short list of the people Drama has helped includes: Ron Jeremy, Chasey Lain, Sunrise Adams, Nautica Thorn, Gina Lynn, Nina Mercedez, Alexis Amore, Olivia O’Lovely, Heather Hunter, India, Vanessa Del Rio, Mika Tan, MI Miyagi, Domonique Simone, Vanessa Blue, Kitten, Alicia Rio, Jenna Haze, Debi Diamond, Jules Jordan, Adriana Sage, Inari Vachs, Keisha, Teri Weigel, Sunny Lane, Cytherea, Lisa Sparxxx, Ginger Lynn, Christy Canyon, Nina Hartley, Cherokee, Gauge, Belladonna, Aria Giovanni, Aurora Snow, Randy West and many, many others.
It all started as a passing fancy when Jimmy (Jimmy 3 at the time) started spending time online and became friends with Ron Getz Lucky and Monstar (Alexander Raymond) on Myspace among other places. He began spending more and more time helping various people in different entertainment industries with their online issues (roughly 85% of Drama’s clients are in A.E.)
Monstar’s original site was then deleted from MySpace around May 2006 along with his very large adult industry group (sites are frequently eliminated by the network due to the nature of their content.) Shortly thereafter Jimmy’s blogs, bulletins and messages became a main conduit for people to network and request online assistance.
What’s in the future for Jimmy Drama is anybody’s guess. A Navy brat, National Guardsman, then a Cannon Fire Directional Controller for the Regular Army, he has lived all over the country, including eight years in the western United States.
Jimmy is hoping to expand True Genius into a full fledged company, providing services and reputable agency for talent, which may see him return to the left coast. At present, his most urgent aspiration is to return to AVN. Jimmy’s definitely the kind of drama that should be there!