A second porn actress alleges that she was sexually assaulted by co-star and porn celebrity James Deen at the Mission’s Kink Castle, and accused the BDSM porn studio of deleting her complaint about the incident from a online Kink.com forum.

Yesterday, Nicki Blue joined the ranks of now eight women who have publicly accused Deen of purposely violating the boundaries of his female costars – some of these violations, the women say,  include sexual assault, physical violence and rape.

In an interview with the Daily Mail, Blue claimed that Deen raped her with a bottle at a Kink party in 2009, shortly after the two concluded a shoot together at the Kink.com studio, located in the San Francisco Armory at 1800 Mission St.

Although their off-set sexual interaction started with mutual consent, Blue said that things quickly escalated when Deen urinated in the young woman’s mouth without her consent. Blue was 21 at the time of the incident and a novice in the porn industry – Deen was her costar in her first porn film, shot at the Kink studio the day of the alleged rape.

In the interview, Blue further alleges that she complained about Deen’s misconduct on an internet forum set up by Kink, and states that her post was deleted.

I wrote about my experience with James Deen, saying ‘how can he get away with it,’ and they not only deleted by post but kicked me out so I was unable to post in the forum,” Blue told the Daily Mail. After finding herself blocked from the forum, Blue said she “gave up” on seeking help regarding the rape.

Kink’s spokesperson, Michael Stabile, confirmed that Blue worked with the company for about six months after the alleged incident, but that she never filed a complaint, formally or informally.

“No one ever mentioned that night or the conduct prior to the Daily Mail piece. We’ve gone through HR files, old employees, and anyone who might have been familiar with Nicki to see if there’s some way we missed it, and will continue,” said Stabile.

In regards to the online forum, Stabile said that the company has attempted to pull up any records of Blue’s posts to the forum, “without any luck.” If Blue’s claims are substantiated, said Stabile, the company’s procedure would have dictated that the matter be brought to the immediate attention of HR, the company’s legal team, and production staff. “A sexual assault claim like that would never have been ignored,” he said.

Since porn actress Stoya first alleged on Twitter on Saturday that she was raped by Deen, her former boyfriend and costar, the list of women speaking out against porn’s “golden boy” has grown considerably over the course of a week.

Although Kink immediately cut professional ties with Deen when the news of Stoya’s rape allegations reached the company on November 30, Blue is not the first of the women to allege that they were abused by him at the Kink headquarters.

Porn actress Ashley Fires said that Deen tried to have sex with her against her will in a communal bathroom at the Kink building. Tori Lux, who worked for Kink.com in the past, said that Deen hit her repeatedly after she refused his advances “at a major porn set,” but would not specify where the incident occurred.

Also this week, porn actress Lily Labeau said that while filming a live-stream BDSM group sex series for Kink.com, Deen, who was not slated to participate in the scene but was present during the shoot, stepped into the scene and proceeded to torment Labeau with sexual acts that she had previously listed as strictly “off-limits.” Labeau described being “traumatized” after Deen placed his foot in her mouth, and she as a result, suffered from lock jaw.

Amber Rayne and Kora Peters, two porn actresses who worked with Deen in the past, also attested to having painful experiences with him on-set. Performer Bonnie Rotten also said that she felt uncomfortable while working on scenes with Deen. It is unclear whether these three women were working for Kink while shooting scenes with Deen.

Stabile did not confirm whether or not any of the incidents described by the women took place at Kink, although he did confirm that both Blue and Fires have worked for Kink in the past, and added that the company is looking into any incidents that could have possibly occurred at the studio.  The company has prided itself in valuing consent and being an ethical studio that supports performers and safety, in-house and throughout the larger porn industry.

As of publication time, Stabile did not comment on whether the studio will pull any of its films that feature Deen, saying only that “right now is a real period of soul searching and reevaluation of our existing protocols.”

He added that he expects to see new regulations and protocols encompassing off-set rights, on-set-limits and “confidential if not anonymous” reporting (of violations) in the coming week.

“To find out that someone was exploiting the grey areas, or that people weren’t able to file, or didn’t feel comfortable filing, complaints is tremendously disheartening,” Stabile said.