Who Is Strike 3 Holdings?

The company known as Strike 3 Holdings is a company that produces adult, pornographic films. Their adult films can be found published under their personal subscription sites, Tushy, Blacked, and or Vixen.


Why Is Strike 3 Holdings Suing People?

The company is currently in the process of filing federal lawsuits and lawsuits in Florida State Court.

Are you concerned you are being sued due to receiving a notice from your internet service provider? Did you receive a copy with a subpoena from the company Strike 3 Holdings LLC? If you are reading this, it is likely you have been served with a subpoena and are about to be sued.

The company is most likely accusing you, or someone in your office or home, of illegally downloading Strike 3 Holdings’ content of adult films, likely through a BitTorrent sharing software.

Essentially, this is a lawsuit accusing you of copyright infringement that might be more embarrassing to some due to the adult nature of the content.

What To Do If Being Sued By Strike 3 Holdings

You may feel that the aim of Strike 3 Holdings is to shock or embarrass you into paying a substantial settlement, on their terms. Antonelli Law can help you figure out the best course of action for your particular case.

As one of America’s most experienced BitTorrent copyright defense law firms, Antonelli Law serves clients nationwide. We can help you resolve this issue as quickly and as discreetly as possible.

What Does Strike 3 Holdings Want?

If you received a notice from your internet service provider, they are letting you know that Strike 3 Holdings is seeking personal information such as your full name and address, so they can sue you for copyright infringement.

As you are anonymous at the time of receiving your notice, you will have several options available to you. However, these options will decrease as more time goes by. The longer an individual waits, the fewer options there may be, possibly losing some of your negotiating power.

Again, if you have just received this notice you are still anonymous. At this time Strike 3 Holdings does not yet know who you are.

If you are wondering how the company found you, each internet connection has a unique IP address that is specific to its connection. By using several methods and technology, the company was allegedly able to track the illegal downloads of their content to that IP address.

Once the company, Strike 3 Holdings, has your IP address, they can do a reverse lookup and find out who provides the internet to your home or office. This may include internet service providers such as Verizon, AT&T, Comcast, Cox, etc.

By knowing your IP address and the internet provider, Strike 3 Holdings LLC filed a federal lawsuit for copyright infringement and asked a judge for permission to send a subpoena to your internet provider. This is a subpoena that requests your name and address.

The notice you received is your internet provider letting you know your personal information is being requested. Before your internet provider releases this information, they send the subpoena notification to you.

When you receive this notification, you are still anonymous. The court and Strike 3 Holdings still know you as ‘John Doe’. Typically, you have 30 days or less from the day you receive the notification to decide how you want to handle your case. Again, the longer you wait, the fewer options you will have.

Strike 3 Holdings Legal Options

Now, whether or not you did download their content, you will still be sued. At this point, the company thinks you have and the court believes the company has enough evidence for the case to proceed.

You will have 3 options available to you:

  • Settle your case out of court
  • File a Motion to Quash
  • Fight back in court

If you choose to settle, having an attorney with experience in these specific cases may help you negotiate a lower settlement amount from Strike 3 Holdings. At Antonelli Law, we make sure to aggressively negotiate the amounts for clients, fighting for you until your case is resolved entirely.

How Much Does Settling With Strike 3 Holdings Cost?

Most cases are usually resolved out of court. At Antonelli Law we offer a reasonable Flat Fee for motions to quash, working to help you settle and, in many cases, remain anonymous.

We will work to negotiate the best settlement on your behalf. We have successfully negotiated anonymous settlements that were lower than the original amount demanded by the movie company. Antonelli Law will fight to get the best financial outcome for you.

Wondering how much you are going to be sued for? We’ve seen that Strike 3 Holdings LLC tends to request roughly $750 per movie downloaded. However, the maximum amount requested by the Strike 3 Holdings company tends to be about $50,000.

When we work to negotiate for our clients, the settlement amount varies. This is because each case will depend on certain factors and will be specific to each case. Average settlements tend to range from under $100/movie to approximately $500/movie. Antonelli Law has also been able to prove financial hardship and get a settlement all the way down to $250 total. That being said, it is clear that every case is going to be specific to each client.

When Antonelli Law represents you, we take a look at your case from every angle and then aggressively negotiate on your behalf. Once we know the specifics of your case, we can give you a more specific assessment and help set your expectations.

If you need assistance with your Strike 3 Holdings Case, schedule your free and confidential consultation with Antonelli Law today.