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Boxer Who Appeared in Gay Porn Film Claims He Was Drugged

Yusaf Mack claims he does not know exactly how it happened — but the former boxer from Philadelphia ended up in a gay porn film posted online, and he thinks he was drugged into participating.

Mack, a father of ten and a boxer who competed for several world titles before retiring in 2014, recounted the bizarre tale in an interview with Philly.com.

He said he was in need of money when he answered a Facebook request seeking actors for a heterosexual porn film shooting in the Bronx. In June, he reportedly took a train to the shoot and entered an apartment full of scantily-clad women.

The retired fighter says he took a pill down with a shot of vodka to calm his nerves — and then woke up hours later on a train at Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station with $4,500 in his pocket and no recollection of what had happened.

“I don’t remember getting on the train,” he told Philly.com.

Months later, Mack was reportedly walking to his grandmother’s Gold Coast Lounge in Philadelphia when he realized people were casting strange glances at him.

“I’m wondering why everybody is walking past me and not speaking to me,” he told the website.

But Mack quickly learned the reason: the porn film he had participated in back in June had been posted online. And far from being a heterosexual scene, the film featured Mack in an explicit threesome with two other men.

Mack, a self-described “whoremonger” who is currently engaged to a woman, says he was “hurt” by the video and has had trouble sleeping, but says he’s “got to stay strong for [his] children.”

“All my real friends who really know me, know I like females,” Mack told Philly.com. “I’m still me. You’ve got to realize that the ones that are not really talking to me are the ones that probably have skeletons in their closets.”

It was not clear whether Mack was planning to take legal action against the filmmakers, though he told the website he has been attempting to track them down. DawgPoundUSA.com, the site hosting the video, has not yet commented on Mack’s allegations.

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