Personal information of the women was posted online including contact details, social media profiles, home addresses, and parents' names and home addresses.
Fredrick Jimenez was an ex-employee of GirlsDoPorn.
The ruling ordered defendants to remove all images and videos from websites under their control, and to take action to remove them from other websites.
The names of hundreds of women who filmed videos for GirlsDoPorn were published on , a website specifically set up to porn actors.
In October 2021, a court document reported that MindGeek had settled the lawsuit, with the terms of the agreement not made public.
DeBarber would later testify at the 2019 civil trial regarding metadata proving Michael Pratt was posing online as a Jane Doe and contacting suspected Jane Does involved in the civil suit to gain information on the plaintiffs.