The robbers entered through his back door…
Via HuffPo reports:
If Earlie Johnson was aroused to anger on Tuesday afternoon, he had a good reason: His adult film collection was stolen from his home in Muskegon, Mich.
The porn robbers broke through Johnson’s back door and also stole three flat screen television sets, according to MLive.com.
Johnson, 43, estimates his collection is worth around $7,500, especially because it features hard-to-get films dating back to the 1970s featuring African American adult actresses.
“I had a collection that had every African American that’s ever been in films, from the 70s up until now,” Johnson told WZZM-TV. “My collection was the best in Michigan– a guy in Connecticut told me that.”
Police have no leads on the stolen movies, but Johnson, who calls himself the “Hugh Hefner of Muskegon,” isn’t letting the tragic loss define him.
He has already gone out and purchased a brand new HD 3D TV so he and his fiancée can watch Blu-Ray blue movies in 3D.
“I will be getting my porn in Blu-Ray,” Johnson told MLive journalist Jonathan Stoner. “The haters aren’t gonna stop me from collecting again.”
It seems that at least one porn industry insider is coming to Johnson’s aid.
Mike Kulich, who owns Monarchy Distribution, a porn company responsible for filth films like “Choco Tacos 3″ “Double Fudge Brownies 2,” and “Homegirlz 3,” has offered to help Johnson by giving him one copy of every title in the catalog, as well as two free passes to the Adult Entertainment Expo in Las Vegas next January.
“We were extremely saddened to hear about Earlie’s misfortune” Kulich told The Huffington Post. “Our fans and customers are the people who keep us in business. DVD is tough nowadays because of the internet and tube sites and people like Earlie are few and far between. We felt it was our civic responsibility to offer to help him replenish his collection.”
Earlie Johnson has been made aware of Kulich’s offer and had this response to MLive.
“That right there was heartwarming for people that didn’t even know me to show me that much love,” Johnson said. “I say many thanks to those people out there that would want to help me out.”
He has not yet contacted Kulich to start replenishing the lost collection.
Someone stole all this Black freaky films in Black History Month? What a tragedy.