Videos show how the concerned father of alleged Colorado nightclub shooter Anderson Aldrich claims dietary supplements made him immune to repeated kicks in his groin.
The miniseries, titled “Ouch my Balls,” stars former MMA fighter and porn star Aaron Brink using stevia sugar substitutes and a substance called arginine to fend off shrugging punches.
“Aaron Brink gets kicked in the balls in a business suit,” reads an introductory note in one of the productions, originally released a decade ago.
“I’m going to demonstrate the effects of arginine,” Brink says, before assuring that he’s not wearing a protective cap.
Brink’s unidentified co-star, sporting sunglasses and a ponytail, then emerges and delivers a stunning shot into Brink’s nether regions.
After taking a moment to calm down, Brink takes several arginine pills before subjecting himself to six consecutive kicks from his black-booted partner.
In another odd clip, Brink appears to be hawking the services of a local attorney by once again loading brutal boots on his testicles from an unidentified woman at the side of a rustic road, the kicks being so hard that Brink’s feet are lifted off the ground. The weird videos also proved popular, with one reaching 7,500 views and another 11,000.
Brink’s estranged son, who identifies as non-binary, is accused of massacring five people at a Colorado Springs LGBTQ nightclub last week and was being held without bail in her first court appearance on Wednesday.
Brink Slpit by Aldrich’s mother Laura Voepel when his son was a baby. After a career as an MMA fighter that included 21 wins in 10 years, he turned to porn, appearing in such productions as 2016’s White Boys Can Hump and both My MILF Boss 8 and It’s OK to Put It on in My Ass” in 2014, according to his IMDb page.
Brink also has an extensive criminal history, including assault convictions against Voepel both before and after the Aldrich was born, according to state and federal court records.
In an interview with a San Diego television station on Tuesday, Brink claimed to be a devout Mormon and said he was opposed to homosexuality.
“And then I find out it’s a gay bar,” he told CBS 8. “I was like, ‘God, is he gay?’ I got scared, ‘S–t, is he gay?’ And he’s not gay, so I said, ‘Whew…’”
Brink, who has a long history of substance abuse problems, said he thought his son had committed suicide in 2016 before Aldrich contacted him six months ago.
Despite his admitted homophobia, Brink condemned Aldrich’s actions.
“These people’s lives were precious,” he said. “You know, they are valuable. They are probably good people. It’s not something you kill someone for. I’m sorry I let my son down.”