CamSoda, Molly Cavalli & Fake News

PALM BEACH, Fla.—No sooner had the Adult Performers Actors Guild (APAG) issued a statement questioning the veracity and circumstances of the alleged shark attack on actress Molly Cavalli while filming a promotional video for the cam company than a blog associated with the Palm Beach Post debunking the entire "incident" as a fraud.

"Bryce Rohrer, owner and operator of Florida Shark Diving, said the actress and her film crew approached him two months ago saying they wanted to do a shark dive and fake a shark bite so that it would be widely viewed online," wrote Kimberly Miller of the Weather Plus blog. "Rohrer has a text message that the actress, Molly Cavalli, sent him with an image of what the bite would look like with special effects makeup."

"Just wanted to show you what the bite would look like," Cavalli wrote. "It's more of a little knick [sic]. We were doing this as I was speaking to you today. I know that you are shark lovers and don't want it to be a negative thing on sharks but I just wanted to show you that it's not some huge aggressive a bite if that makes any difference."

In any case, Rohrer turned her down.

"I was talking directly to Molly and she just said, hey, we are looking to do a shoot faking a shark bite and it’s strictly in order for it to go viral," Rohrer told Miller. "We immediately declined. We are pro-shark, pro-wildlife, and want to show the importance of sharks, not villainize them."

AVN reached out to CamSoda's publicist yesterday, but had not heard back at press time.