Gay Porn Actor with Nazi Tattoos Arrested in Dallas Meth Bust

Porn actor Timothy Harper, who performs under the name Cameron Diggs, was one of four people arrested in a drug bust in Dallas on February 9. (Photos: Twitter @CorySmithNBC5)

Gay porn star Cameron Diggs (real name Timothy Harper) was one of four men arrested by Dallas police on February 9 for manufacturing and/or delivering methamphetamine in an Oak Lawn apartment complex.

News of the bust was first reported on Twitter by Cory Smith of KXAS-TV who said neighbors called police after they heard a series of loud booms coming from an apartment on Dickason Avenue.

The Dallas Morning News reports that according to the arrest warrant affidavit, SWAT officers found a bag containing 1600 grams of a substance believed to be methamphetamine along with a scale and packaging.

Harper was charged with manufacturing or delivering of a controlled substance, a first degree felony punishable by a minimum of five years in prison. Bail was set at $100,000.

(Photo: Dallas County Sheriff’s Office)

Most recently, Harper, who is a native of Houston, was under contract to Naked Sword which bills itself as the Netflix of gay porn. The Dallas Voice reported Tyler was a former dancer at Club Stallions, an all-male strip club.

According Str8upgayporn, a news blog which covers the gay porn industry, “Diggs, who has a history of drug use and has served prison time in the past, made headlines and mainstream news throughout 2016 for his Nazi-era tattoos and admitted racist beliefs, which led to at least one gay porn studio pulling down Cameron Diggs content from their site.”

In a comment to Str8upgayporn Harper wrote: “I believe people should want to be proud of who they are and where they come from,” the post read. “I feel like we are suppose to continue our race and our culture. That’s why our parents teach us their values and principals, its a part of your heritage. When it comes to having kids, I prefer to stay inside my race. It’s nothing hateful toward any race, it’s just what I believe. Why is that so wrong? Does that make me a racist?”

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