As expected, the city of Dallas has been hit with lawsuit challenging the constitutionality of the council’s decision to forbid the Exxxotica porn expo from returning to the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center.
Only this first legal shot hasn’t come from the organizers of the Exxxotica event. Instead it originates with a vendor who attended and worked the expo last year. Richardson attorney Gary Krupkin filed the suit and has raised the specter of this becoming a class-action:
“There’s a possibility — and I am not saying it’s gong to happen — but a possibility this might turn into a class action suit where the city could be prosecuted by everybody who would like to attend Exxotica,” he said. “And joining them would be commercial vendors too. To that extent, what Exxxotica would file would be a suit particular to them. My suit offers the possibility of having other class members join at some point in the future.”
Dallas: Big Things Happen Here.