Family of Recently Deceased “Queen of Clown Porn” Threatens Lawsuit

It has been 29 days since Hollie Stevens, the “Queen of Clown Porn” passed away. If the tragedy of losing a 30-year-old woman to aggressive cancer wasn't enough, her family and so-called friends are now threatening to start a legal battle over Stevens' legacy. A writer by the name of Robert Rhine recently wrote a post called, “The Truth About Hollie Stevens.” Rhine claims that non-profit organization Solace SF, and specifically Laura Lasky the executive director, preyed on a sick girl to gain power of attorney in order to seek out press. Rhine alleges that Lasky's motivation in helping Stevens was the financial gain of Solace SF. Rhine also alleges that Stevens was close with her family until Lasky and Eric Cash, Stevens' husband, got a hold of her.

Rhine writes that his suspicions began when he visited Stevens in mid-June during one of her many hospital stints at UCSF. Rhine goes on to further accuse Cash of coercion and gold digging, claiming that the marriage was a sham, and that Stevens was not well enough mentally or physically to take part in a ceremony, much less to make the decision to be married. Rhine even goes so far as to quote Stevens' best friend Steven Leyba, who was also visiting her during this time, and saying that Cash kept no food in the house, and that Leyba had to go purchase groceries for Stevens. As someone who has covered Hollie Stevens for a while, I felt compelled to research all these accusations, and this is what I found.

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