Playboy Bunnies Plotted a Capture of Canadian Murderer Using Porn Star as Bait

Sia Barbi, a former Playboy Playmate and group of New York animal rights activists hatched a plan to lure accused Canadian cannibal Luka Magnotta into a trap by using porn star Ron Jeremy as bait — a year before the alleged killer was captured in Germany.

Porn Star Ron Jeremy arrives at the Los Angeles screening of “Guido” at Writers Guild
Animal rights activists wanted to use porn actor Ron Jeremy to help catch accused Canadian cannibal Luka Magnott.
A group of New York animal rights activists hatched a plan to lure accused Canadian cannibal Luka Magnotta into a trap by using porn star Ron Jeremy as bait — a year before the alleged killer was captured in Germany.
The idea was to have Jeremy invite Magnotta, a small-time porn actor who became infamous after allegedly videotaping the slaughter of a lover, to audition for a skin flick — then grab him when he arrived on the set.
Jeremy, who has performed in more than 2,000 porn movies, was eager to help when the idea was first proposed to him last year, said Sia Barbi, a former Playboy playmate who made the pitch to the porn star.
“When Sia came to me about this guy a few months ago, she knew about my ads for Peta,” Jeremy told the Daily News on Wednesday. “My first reaction was, ‘What are you smoking?’ Then I thought about it and decided this is a good idea.
“We were discussing it when he was just a cat killer,” Jeremy continued. “If he has a weakness wants to be in a porn movie, I thought sure, let’s do it. We were in the planning stages and on the verge of contacting authorities, and then BINGO, he was accused of dismemberment.”

Ron Jeremy

Magnotta was nabbed last month at a Berlin Internet cafe where he was reading news accounts about himself. He was charged with killing and mutilating lover Lin Jun and deported back to Canada to stand trial.
Sia Barbi, a former Playboy Playmate and one the Barbi Twins, made the audacious proposal to catch the suspected killer to her friend Ron Jeremy.
“At that point I figured no law enforcement would allow me to do anything,” Jeremy said. “It was a little bit out of our league. It’s not my place to put on a badge like that. But I would have been honored (even after revelations of human dismemberment). I’m a very patriotic guy and would do it in a heartbeat.”
Magnotta sparked an international manhunt after he posted video of himself dismembering Jun while a song from the movie “American Psycho” played in the background.
The plot to nab Magnotta was dreamed up in January 2011 by Rescue Ink, a Long Island-based group of tattooed tough-guy animal activists who star in a reality TV show.
Magnotta, 29, had appalled animal lovers by posting videos of himself killing kittens with a vacuum cleaner and feeding a live kitty to a python.

Barbi said Jeremy quickly agreed to play along, but was a bit confused at first about what they were asking him to do.
“Ron Jeremy said, ‘No, no, no, I only do straight porn,’” Barbi told The News.
“And I said, ‘Ron, let’s focus. We don’t want to hire this guy, we want to arrest him.’”
He got into the idea.
“I knew we’d have law enforcement there with us,” Jeremy said. “I would have been safe. Maybe we would have done something funny, like some dialogue with another man, but the other actor was really law enforcement. Then he’d get arrested and think it was part of the script. Like, ‘Oh, you guys are doing handcuffs? I love doing films like this.’ But who knew he was really that dangerous.”

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