It had a spin-off site, GirlsDoToys, launched by Pratt and Wolfe in 2014.
Six further women who were not part of the lawsuit told journalists in 2019 that they had similar experiences.
A lawsuit was filed in December 2020 against MindGeek, which owns Pornhub, for its partnership with GirlsDoPorn and alleged continual hosting of GirlsDoPorn videos up to December 2020, after repeated requests for removal by subjects.
Following a nearly three-month civil trial, a judge has by producers for the website GirlsDoPorn.
He is also a childhood friend of Pratt's.
The lawsuit follows a New York Times article about Pornhub and GirlsDoPorn, following which Pornhub began to remove videos from unverified users.
Filming would take place in , California, and their travel expenses and accommodation would be paid for.
Lawsuits and other testimony describe alleged practices by GirlsDoPorn in detail.