National Champion wrestler bares all on gay porn website

The Scarlet Project has obtained photos from an anonymous source of University of Nebraska 125-pound national champion wrestler and 133-pound wrestler Kenny Jordan depicted on a gay pornographic website. Both video and photo, capture the duo undressing, showering and masturbating, among other graphic actions, for the website fratmen.tv. According to its licensing, fratmen.tv is based out of Los Angeles, CA.

Paul Donahoe

Paul Donahoe

Donahoe, 22, is a senior from Davison, Michigan and has been a stand-out on the Husker wrestling team. Donahoe was arrested in April, 2008 after becoming “argumentative” and refused to break up a party being held at his residence on Claremont Street in Lincoln. Lincoln Police took Donahoe into custody and charged him with maintaining a disorderly house. His blood alcohol level tested at .122. The legal limit to drive in Nebraska is .08.

Kenny Jordan

Kenny Jordan

Jordan is a junior from Frankfurt, Illinois. Jordan is a two-time state wrestling champion in the state of Illinois and also a national junior college 133-pound wrestling champion.

Neither the University of Nebraska Athletic Department nor the NCAA could be reached for comment as of Friday evening.  NCAA violations may have occurred and dismissals from the team could be forthcoming.

 

The photos obtained by The Scarlet Project are posted below. Some editing has been done due to the graphic nature of the photos.

 

IMAGES WERE REMOVED BY WORDPRESS ON AUGUST 11, 2008 … SORRY. 

 

  

 

 

50 Responses to National Champion wrestler bares all on gay porn website

  1. Jason Brown says:

    The two guys in question were doing in there own free time, I dont see what the big problem is. Also has The Scarlet Project actually thought how much damage this is going to cause to the guys in question – are they out of the closet ? are they even gay/bi ? what about there reputation ? In my opinion The Scarlet Project is homophobic and the publisher/editor needs a good slap in the face.

  2. Ben says:

    Oh my god they posed nude and jerked off we better send them to jail or hang them. Who cares that they are adults.

  3. Ben says:

    whoops….Type O, “Who cares they are adults” I mean they can do what they want its not illegal or anything.

  4. kenamaddox says:

    OMG! You are going to hell for this one. :)

  5. Linda says:

    Good for them for posing nude! There’s no shame in showing off your body…

  6. […] Giving new meaning to Big Red, a campus website that covers the University of Nebraska has discovered that two of the university’s wrestlers have strutted their stuff on a gay porn site, including an NCAA champion. From The Scarlet Project: […]

  7. chris says:

    They are hot. They should be proud of what they have.

    The site in question generally just shows solo porn, so infering about their sexuality is just silly.

  8. drsbones says:

    did they lose their scholarships?

  9. Tom Dunkin says:

    I am highly offended by these pictures and website. I am going to call Bill O’Reilly and the Fox News Factor showcase and have them report about it. Yuck!

  10. tqe / Adam says:

    I bet this will increase the number of fans attending wrestling matches… It can only be a good thing. Too bad The Scarlet Project presents it like its a bad thing; whatever happened to objectivity? Why is this even newsworthy?

  11. cw says:

    would this be the same if it were sorority girls who had posed for playboy?

    its a big, who cares?

    they have great bodies, why not make some extra money.?

  12. Ian says:

    Um, so they posted on a porn website…whats that have to do with them being on the wrestling team? Unless they used the gym to shoot their porn them posting naked pictures of themselves should not affect whether or not they play a school sport. If they get kicked off it’ll be way stupid. If you guys read this, go you! Be proud of your selves and your bodies!

  13. Dave says:

    Who cares what they do on their own time. As for you Tom Dunkin… if you are so offended by the pictures and website…. then stop going to the website and looking at their pictures!!! Sheeeeesh. Get a life people!

  14. Leo Batch says:

    Fuggetaboutit! Heyyyyy!!

  15. RB says:

    Good God what a nonsense. If they signed up for the military, went to Iraq and killed people that would be fine and there would be no “investigation,” but they actually appear naked and appear to enjoy being naked and it’s investigated. What a crime!

    And will those doing the investigation get to see the pictures without smiley faces or will they get smiley faces themselves?

  16. smith says:

    THESE YOUNG MEN SIGN A CODE OF ETHICS WHEN THEY SIGN THERE LETTER OF INTENT. YOU ARE
    HELD TO A DIFFERENT STANARD WHEN YOU ARE AN ATHELETE AND THEY SHOULD BE. I VERY
    DISSAPPOINTED THAT THESE GUYS ARE BRINGING SO MUCH SHAM TO OUR GREAT SPORT. I DONT
    GIVE A DAMM WHO HAS DONE WORST, WE NEED TO SENT OUR STANDARDS HIGHER. IAM SURE
    TOM OSBORN WILL FEEL THE SAME.

  17. Tara says:

    The issue here is that they are student athletes and as student athletes they have a different code of conduct than the general student population. The sorority girl who poses naked isn’t a respresentative of the University. Athletes are. Not saying it’s fair and not saying I agree with it. But every athlete is aware of it and if you choose to violate the agreement you made with the university…….you’re off the team.

  18. jow says:

    The issue isn’t that they posed, it’s whether or not they made money on it. Most males on these sites are actually straight but they model for gay-oriented sites because that’s where the money is at. So the issue of money is the same as any other athlete taking any other job and making sure it falls within NCAA regulations.

    Also I don’t know the NCAA rules on this but I imagine they have some sort of regulations on inappropriate behavior and posing nude for a website, no matter what the orientation of that site, would likely have to be considered for those regulations as well.

  19. Chris says:

    Most of the guys who pose at Fratmen are straight. Who cares anyway if they are straight or gay, and what the hell does posing for the site have to do with their school/sports?
    Those pics are very hot bytheway.

  20. Mark says:

    This article is very misleading. While gay men (including myself) subscribe to the website, most of the models only do solo scenes. Both of these guys appeared separately and alone. Your article makes it seem like they appeared together, which they did not.
    They did solo softcore scenes/

  21. PJ says:

    This story is unclear. Was Donahoe arrested for driving drunk? Or was he just at home? This article appears to imply that he was drinking and driving since it gives the legal BAC limit for driving. Is there a BAC limit for being at home?

    And I agree with previous posters who have no problem with the photos. The term “gay porn website” really gives the wrong impression here. Not only were the photos shot solo, but there was not even any sex. Furthermore, the University’s name was not brought into it. These guys have done nothing objectionable.

  22. Franz says:

    Cheers to both men. We are all sexual beings including the pruds like Tom Dunkin who said he would “report the incident to Bill O’Reilly and Fox News”. I would hate to imagine what you look like nude, Tom so shut-up with the jealous, self-rightous BS.

  23. gayperson says:

    All wrestlers should do gay porn, their sport is only one step removed from it anyway.

  24. 1234 says:

    The problem is if they were paid for it it is a violation of NCAA rules. They are not allowed to use there names or photos to promote any organization in order to make money. Look it up on the NCAA website. That is what the big deal is, not what the actions were.

  25. SizeQueen says:

    We loooove Nash (Paul) and his ‘friend’, Cal (Kenny),… they’re a fantastic addition to the fratmen site,…

  26. Zach says:

    The fact is that as an NCAA athlete, you represent your school, your team, and the conference. Yes, as an adult you do have the right to post naked pictures and video of yourself jacking off, however sad and desperate that may make you look, you have the right to be stupid. You, as an adult, also have the responsibility that comes with representing your school as an athlete. I think that the University has the full right, nay the obligation, to pull their scholarships and remove them from the team. Actions have consequences, whether you are gay or not. Embarrassment Jason? Get real, these guys are both narcissists and are loving this attention. If they were going to be embarrassed about it then they shouldn’t have gotten in-bare-ass-ed to begin with.

  27. It’s so sad that someone can be free of showing his body and make porn if he or she wants. Do you really live in the country of freedom?

  28. Den says:

    I only wish i could have made some extra bucks in this fashion when i was in college…i say good for these kids that they were blessed with great bodies…show them off if you have them….this hubbub is just further reflection of the puritan mentality this country is trying to escape….being sexually active is part of our nature…these guys are probably straight and just makin a few bucks….if you don’t like it don’t look at it and painting them as gay, as if that is something bad, is only showing your true colors as a bigot…..you go guys…..

  29. James says:

    For the love of God….we have kids living in poverty…a war in 2 countries….and this is what we have to report?? They are both very beautiful young men and if I looked like that….trust me…I would be making money too! Has everyone forgotten the economy we are in or how hard it is for college kids to make ends meet??? Let alone, what they have done in wrestling for Nebraska! Leave them alone and start raising money and report real issues! Boys, if you read this….be proud, you’re both smoking hot!

  30. Kelly says:

    Who cares. I hope the guys can get to a school that is less invasive of their own privacy.

  31. Trey Cruz says:

    Sounds like my kind of party! ;)

  32. […] The Scarlet Project reports that a national wrestling champ — a cutie — was arrested after becoming “argumentative” and refusing to closed down his party. Lincoln Police took Paul Donahoe into custody and charged him with disorderly house. […]

  33. joe says:

    Wow… super hot guys. I’m sure they have a future outside of wrestling. It’s ludicrous that they would in any way be “punished” for showing off their beautiful bodies. It’s a gift!! Now if only they made videos of them diddling each other!

  34. Rex says:

    First, kudos to the guys for doing this.

    Secondly, this is a non-issue in my opinion. I do not see how being seen on fratmen.tv tarnishes the image of any school or sport. We live in the 21st Century and should be celebrating people like these guys.

    Third, it’s a shame that such inappropriate journalism was applied to this story. Both men engaged in beautiful solo action, proud of what the Creator endowed upon them. This story makes it seem that there was more than solo action occurring, which is extremely misleading. Can anyone say YELLOW Journalism?

    Athlete or not, at some point, we as a society have to respect the right to privacy of others. Neither of these men performed under his name nor did their performance indicate the exact school they attended.

    Of course, the burning question in my mind is who is hiding behind the “anonymous source.” Obviously, someone was enjoying what these young men were displaying if they saw them on fratmen.tv. Possibly someone from the same apparent yellow journalist organization that broke the story which is why the story sites an anonymous source.

    God Bless these young men for the gifts bestowed on them by our creator and Lord and for their willingness to display the bounties of God before all.

  35. chris says:

    “The problem is if they were paid for it is a violation of NCAA rules.”

    NCAA atheletes can’t have part time jobs? I guess it would be a scandal if the owners of Fratman were Nebraska alumni and paid them far beyond the going rate for solo videos.

    The other point is that they did this under stage-names. Not once was it mentioned that they are collegiate wrestlers for Nebraska. I think this point is missed by most of you.

  36. RB says:

    Here are some “interesting” quotes from other posts

    “YOU ARE
    HELD TO A DIFFERENT STANARD WHEN YOU ARE AN ATHELETE AND THEY SHOULD BE”
    ” The issue here is that they are student athletes and as student athletes they have a different code of conduct than the general student population.”
    “The fact is that as an NCAA athlete, you represent your school, your team, and the conference. Yes, as an adult you do have the right to post naked pictures and video of yourself jacking off, however sad and desperate that may make you look, you have the right to be stupid.”

    When it becomes a “moral” issue that completely nonviolent behavior of others is held into the light and people try to humiliate them (and saying someone looks sad, desperate, or anything else when they are bothering no one and certainly not trying to humiliate others is in itself sad, desperate and sick)…this is a problem for the way the Institution (whichever one that may be) looks – the rest is just programmed phobias. THOSE people are the real perverts!

  37. Jonathan M says:

    Just shows you that these so called ‘reporters’ have nothing better to do with their tiny lives than to pick on two guys who did something they either wanted to do, or needed to for money. Whose business is this but their own? They’re not under-age, so let them be.

  38. ESTELLE says:

    “NCAA atheletes can’t have part time jobs?”

    You CAN NOT get paid to use your image for promotional purposes or anything else as a student athlete. They may have not used their real names but they would have to have provided ID’s and signed model releases. Those are the rules. You sign a moral code of conduct when as a scholarship athlete.

    You also have to take into account recruiting issues. How many parents would want to send their kid to school where two of the senior members of the team were on a gay pornography site. Many younger athletes and parents look to the older athletes as mentors. Also the school also conducts wrestling camps. You may not agree with their stance but more then a few parents would have issues sending their child to a camp clinic where two of the instructors did gay porn.

  39. RB says:

    There are enough parents that if given the chance would have a problem with sending their children to camp with people that were minorities, that lived an alternative lifestyle, people that weren’t “Christian” with people that had a different political view than they did, with people who worked at Democracy Now rather than Fox news network, with people that spoke actively against the war or who were active in civil disobedience, with people that were cross dressers, people that spoke actively against corruption although the status quo didn’t want it looked into, with people that knew what it was like to be persecuted against and spoke openly against it rather than to be terrified that a certain amount of parents would object.

    Further more if truth be known about EVERYONE then there is certain to be something that would be found objectionable with anyone by others, but it seems the game is more in these kind of stunts as with the elections when massive amounts of money are put into finding out if any of the candidates did something that might be considered wrong by others who keep their life so tied up that they have to find fault with others for excitement.

    Also using your image for promotional purposes is completely different from what these guys did. They weren’t in a commercial as wrestlers from Nebraska promoting a product.

    It’s more than just strange when signing a code of moral conduct involves persecuting others who hurt no one and condoning ridicule or censure of them! In fact, that has nothing to do with morality and CERTAINLY not with teaching people understanding or tolerance!

  40. Jeff says:

    Why is this an issue? They were not paid for the pictures. The only problem here is the homophobic morons who think these kids are gay and believe their “gayness” will rub off on them or their children. Wrestling is a tough sport and if you think either one of these two wrestlers were thinking homosexual thoughts during competition, then you should keep yourself locked up in your bomb shelter and stop putting your nose in other peoples lives.

  41. mark says:

    the philosophical gymnastics here are impressive.

    rule.
    violation.
    departure.

  42. ESTELLE says:

    Sorry but your argument if flawed. They both made a choice to pose nude and masturbate on film for cash, knowing what the potential consequences were by doing so. Sport camps for kids are promoted as family friendly and the argument that “there are parents that wouldn’t send their kids to a camp that had minorities” is flawed. Most parents WOULD send their kids to camp that was taught by a minority, or was a democrat, etc…. but they wouldn’t send their child to a camp or clinic that would have someone that is associated with gay pornography. You can disagree with that but its true.

    You CAN NOT use your image while your are a NCAA athlete for ANY commercial purposes and get paid for it, it doesn’t matter if you are representing your school or not if you are an athlete those are the rules. Fratmen.tv is a COMMERCIAL PAY SITE.

  43. Steve McGaw says:

    Well, all hope of rational conversation is abandoned once the buzzwords of “family” and “Christian” are brought into the discussion. I firmly believe that religion will eventually be the downfall of this country. I know faith can be a constructive thing in people’s lives, giving comfort, as a source of charity, etc. But increasingly, religion is used as a dividing line and a bludgeon to try to pound everyone into thinking and behaving one way.
    I say bravo to these boys- they’re students, they’re athletes and they are entrepreneurs. It’s nobody’s goddamn business what they do.

  44. chris says:

    I think the NCAA rule all the moralist are citing refers to commercial enterprises where the athlete, representing him or herself as an athlete of said school, has the image used to support a product or business.

    However, this is not the case.

    There was no mention on the website that these were student athletes at Nebraska.

    The website used stage names, not their real names.

    Using the logic of some of you, then there should be no pictures of athletes in newspapers, magazines or television since those are commercial operations.

    Also, for those saying that they weren’t paid for the photo shoot, what planet are you living on? They were paid.

    As for the silly parents argument, it falls apart when you start referring to young adults (18+) as children. As long as the team is winning, people won’t give two shits about the behavior of two athletes. I refer you to every collegiate scandal involving an athlete, with alcohol or fighting.

  45. Rob says:

    Um, does anyone know any rich pro wrestlers besides those fat ugly WWF wrestlers? I think Paul knows what his money maker is and he is shakin it! Good for him. Screw college wrestling. Who wants to be poor???!?!

    Also, does anyone know his personal money situation? Maybe it was between jerking off for pay and having to leave school. Don’t judge until you know the full story people!

  46. jow says:

    chris, you summed it up when you said they were paid. It wouldn’t matter if that were for working at the local McDonald’s or posing for this site, either one is violation of NCAA regulations regarding student income. The rules may seem overly tight but they are designed to keep (supposedly) boosters from hiring kids for do-nothing jobs at outrageous rates and claiming it’s just regular employment.

  47. Paul says:

    Getting kicked off wrestling and perhaps not able to attend school because of lack of scholarship or whatever? Big deal! I don’t know about Kenny, but Paul can make a bundle in gay porn. He can live and go to school where he wants while he pursues his porn career. He can even parlay the porn into his own website with lucrative dancing and escorting gigs. As long as he stays away from the drugs, Paul now stands to make more money than he could have ever dreamed of with a crappy sociology degree from NU. Paul’s got the big money maker.

  48. John Feeney says:

    WordPress showed some judgement, they may want to expand their look.

    Personally, I thought we were beyond this, drunk, disorderly OK slap their wrists. Football team was doing what compared to this?

    The more we complain or act “righteous” toward imposing our opinions to what is considered right or wrong, the less chance we have at moving on to better things.

    A college wrestler poses in a Gay Magazine – better that than robbing a campus store at gun point and raping a women. He harmed nobody but perhaps himself, let it go.

  49. Tom says:

    …and I thought the “N” stood for “nowledge”.

  50. Jason says:

    What’s so ironic is that NO ONE – not the university, the team, the coaches, NO ONE – would have had a CLUE about these guys posing on fratmen.tv if not for the “anonymous” blabbermouth. So, if anyone is to blame it’s that person.

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