Devinn Lane Drops Vivid, Digital Playground From Lawsuit

LOS ANGELES - Adult star Devinn Lane has dropped complaints against Vivid Entertainment Group, Digital Playground and other defendants from her ongoing lawsuit against several adult and digital media companies.

The former Wicked Pictures contract star filed suit last October in U.S. District Court in Los Angeles, alleging that the companies profited from domain names similar to Devinn Lane without compensating her.

In recent court filings, Lane dismissed her claims against Digital Playground, Vivid, Moniker Online Services, Domains by Proxy, and Dotster. She is still seeking damages, attorney's fees, and an injunction against the companies Privacy Protect and Pixel.

According to Lane, Privacy Protect owns and Hawaii-based Pixel owns Both sites are currently inactive.

Lane's attorney, Michael Fattorosi, declined comment on the case and Lane's reasons for dropping her complaints against the two major adult studios.

Lane performed in more than 70 adult movies, receiving AVN's Best Actress award in 2003 for her performance in Michael Raven's Breathless. She directed several volumes of The Devinn Lane Show for Wicked Pictures in 2002, and has since directed other titles for Wicked, New Sensations, Metro, Shane's World, Cinema Play, and Sin City.