In response to NHJournal’s publication of video, photos and emails related to his participation in a porn video, state representative Frank Sapareto says the video “is doctored.”

In an extended interview with NHJournal, the Derry Republican acknowledged that he does, in fact, appear in the video clip obtained by the publication, but claims that it was manipulated to add the image of the woman with whom Sapareto interacts.

“I never did that, that did not happen,” Sapareto insisted. “He [Jonathan Carter] took a bunch of videos of my in different positions. I thought there was something funny about it at the time.”

Carter is the plaintiff in a civil suit claiming Sapareto assault him over his displeasure with the quality of the video production. According to Carter’s attorney, Sapareto injured his client so badly he received a concussion and had to be treated in a Los Angeles area hospital.

A scene from “Creampie Apocalypse” featuring Rep. Sapareto and an unknown actress.

When first confronted with the allegations, Sapareto told the AP: “I don’t know what you’re talking about. Wow, that’s a great story,” he said, laughing. “I haven’t heard that one. I thought we were all done going after men.”

Sapareto repeated a similar denial to NHJournal, saying “You saw what they did to [Supreme Court Justice Brett] Kavanaugh. That’s what they’re doing to me!”

When asked about the still photos showing a nude Sapareto holding a camera in a porn-friendly manner, and emails from his personal address regarding the selection of women performers (“Does she do creampies?”), Sapatero continued to deny any involvement.

“That guy [Carter] can do anything! This is what he does. I don’t know how he does it.”

“Lights, camera, action!”


As for why anyone would go to so much trouble over a relatively unknown state representative in New Hampshire, Sapareto said “I have a lot of enemies. And a lot of people don’t like me because I’m so pro-Trump. A lot of people are mad at me.”

To see a clip from the video in question, click here.