Sued by Strike 3 Holdings LLC? Next Steps.


Are you one of the thousands of individuals who have been contacted through your Internet Service Provider by a company called Strike 3 Holdings LLC?

Strike 3 Holdings LLC has been filing federal lawsuits for years. They are accusing people of the illegal download of their adult film content through file-sharing software such as BitTorrent.

It’s important to note that these lawsuits can lead to serious consequences, however, the attorneys at Antonelli Law can help.

Who is Strike 3 Holdings LLC?

Strike 3 Holdings LLC is an adult film company that produces pornographic films. Their films are published under subscription sites such as Blacked, Vixen, and Tushy.

They are currently filing federal lawsuits, as well as lawsuits in Florida State Court, for copyright infringement.
If you received a notice from your Internet Service Provider such as Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, etc., along with a copy of a subpoena from a company called Strike 3 Holdings, you are likely about to be sued.

Strike 3 Holdings LCC is accusing you, or someone in your office or home, of illegally downloading Strike 3 Holding LCC adult film. This is most likely through BitTorrent sharing software.

In sum, this is a lawsuit accusing you of copyright infringement.

Why Did Strike 3 Holdings LLC Contact Me?

The notice you have received is to notify you that the Strike 3 Holdings company is seeking your personal information, including your full name and address so that they can sue you for copyright infringement.

If you have just received this notice you are still anonymous. Strike 3 Holdings does not yet know who you are. While you are still anonymous during this time, you may have several options on how you would like to proceed or handle your specific case.

It’s important to note that the longer you wait, the fewer options you will have that are available to you, and you could lose some of your negotiating power.

Options For Strike 3 Holdings LLC Case?

Whether or not you did it, you’re still going to be sued. At this point as Strike 3 Holdings thinks you did, the court believes they have enough evidence for the case to proceed.

You now have three options available to you:
1. Settle your case out of court
2. File a Motion to Quash
3. Fight back in court

If you choose to settle, having an attorney experienced in these types of cases may help you negotiate a lower Strike 3 Holdings settlement amount. We aggressively negotiate settlement amounts for our clients and will fight for you until your case is resolved entirely.

Should I Ignore my Strike 3 Holdings LLC Subpoena?

No, we do not recommend that you ignore the Strike 3 Holdings subpoena. This subpoena is real and is not a scam as you are being sued for copyright infringement in federal court.

Right now you are known to the court as John Doe. If you ignored your subpoena your internet service provider will likely release your name to Strike 3 Holdings LLC’s lawyers. Once the company Strike 3 Holdings has your name, in almost all cases they will amend the complaint name in the public court documents from ‘John Doe’ to your name. You will then be served with a court summons.

Under no circumstances should you ever ignore a court summons.

Many clients don’t mind losing their anonymity, but the downside to ignoring your Strike 3 Holdings subpoena and receiving a summons is that your options moving forward are more limited.

Make sure you visit our main Strike 3 Holdings LLC page for more information and then contact us for a free consultation to discuss the specifics of your case.


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