What can you record in your own home? Arizona porn laws explained

By Kaila White | The Republic

Arizona drew national attention this week after a couple withdrew a $1.8 million offer on a Paradise Valley home because its previous owners recorded pornography in it.

The home had ben used as the set of pornographic Website Wifey’s World, run by married couple Kevin and Sandra Otterson.

It is not the first case of its kind in the state, and will likely not be the last.

Beyond in-home recording, there are a number of porn-related businesses in Arizona, including CP Productions in Scottsdale and both Hard Drive Productions and Lightspeed Media Corporation in the Arcadia neighborhood of Phoenix.

So when it comes to recording porn, what is permitted in Arizona?

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