Molly Cavalli is accused of staging the whole story when she was attacked by a shark

Molly Cavalli, a US adult actress who was attacked by a shark while filming underwater video, is accused of staging the whole story. A professional scuba dude says the whole scene is fake.

Dressed in a costume that does not leave much imagination, Molly Cavalli is thrown into a cage immersed in water, but after only a few seconds it is blasted by a foot shark, when it begins to bleed heavily, letting the pictures shot.

Bryce Rohrer, a professional scuba diver and underwater video operator, said he was contacted by Molly’s company to shoot sexy women. But the proposal also included a shark attack, in order to viralise the video. Rocher declined the offer, according to The Mirror, in order not to further damage the image of the sharks.

Filming was done, however, and the effect was the one expected: the video gathered 14 million views on YouTube. Representatives of the company that Molly is working continues to say that the film is real.

Molly Cavalli is accused of staging the whole story when she was attacked by a shark

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Molly Cavalli, an adult actress was bitten by a shark while testing underwater a new technology for streaming live video

CamSoda is one of the most innovative adult content makers. They are the ones who have recently launched the first holographic streaming service called “live holographic streaming”. Holo-Cam videos are filmed in a special studio, and users can see them using some pyramids that work with desktop computers, phones or tablets.

More recently, CamSoda wanted to make an underwater live broadcast. But things took an unexpected turn. Shortly after actress Molly Cavalli entered a protective cage, the young woman was bitten by a shark.

Fortunately, Molly Cavalli only escaped with a cut that required 20 stitches.

The incident happened while CamSoda tested a technology that allowed actresses to make live broadcasts for customers from anywhere in the world.

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