MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) --
Miami Beach's lawyers are reviewing whether laws were broken when a porn video was filmed without permission in a public area in broad daylight.
The video was shot at Monument Island -- the man-made island near
Miami Beach that features a 110-foot obelisk honoring Florida
pioneer Henry Flagler.
Assistant city manager Hilda Fernandez notes that it is not "an
uninhabited island miles off the coast. It's in the middle of a
very busy bay."
But an attorney for Reality Kings, which produced the video,
says his clients didn't break any rules. Lawrence Walters says no
one was around the island at the time of the filming, except the
actors and crew.
Legal or not, local historian Seth Bramson says any sequels need
to be filmed elsewhere: "It's hallowed ground."
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