Former sex tape producer, porn actor, and author Jessica Lange is accusing the porn world of being “audited” and that “somebody is going to be watching everything.”

Lange’s statement came on the heels of the announcement that the porn company FreeAgent was “auditing” the porn business, as well as the porn producers, distributors, and producers.

Lange and FreeAgent were among several celebrities and industry insiders who spoke to The Daily Beast about how porn has been mismanaged by the porn establishment.

FreeAgent CEO Michael B. Kaplan called the porn audit “a waste of money.”

He went on to argue that the industry is “a scam” and has “been doing a very poor job of making money” and “has no business being in business.”

Lang’s statement comes as the industry faces a mounting audit crisis.

The International Association of Broadcasters and Media Entertainment (IABME), a trade group representing porn producers and distributors, has issued an urgent statement to industry stakeholders warning them that the audit has “the potential to significantly harm the industry and its performers.”

FreeAgent’s auditing is set to begin in April.

In the statement, the IABME urged porn industry executives to “take appropriate steps to address these concerns” and promised to take “appropriate actions to protect the rights of performers and the producers.”

It also noted that “Porn industry auditors, in addition to reviewing porn production and distribution practices, are responsible for determining the safety and security of the performers in their workplace.”

“Porn audits should not be conducted with any intention to harm performers, their jobs, or their reputations,” the statement added.

“The auditors’ mission is to ensure that the integrity of the industry remains intact.”

Porn actor and former sex tape mogul Jason Alexander said that “audits are a total scam” as well.

“There are people working behind the scenes and they’re not doing a good job of it,” he said.

“You can’t audit the porn scene.

There are people behind the scene that are not doing their job, that are corrupt, and there are people in positions of power that aren’t doing their jobs.

I think it’s just a complete scam.”

Kurt Braun, an industry insider and former producer at Pornhub, said that the auditing will likely result in the loss of millions of dollars of revenue for the porn businesses.

“I think it will have a huge impact on the industry,” he told The Daily News.

“It’s really just a waste of time and money and the whole idea that there’s going to some sort of big shake-up or some sort, you know, new organization, that’s not going to happen.

You’re going to have people who are running porn businesses that are going to continue to do what they do.”

The porn industry has been under increasing pressure to address concerns about the industry’s safety and integrity in recent years.

Last year, the FBI released an investigative report detailing an alarming spike in sex trafficking cases in the industry, with sex workers allegedly pressured to engage in prostitution for money.

Last month, The New York Times reported that porn industry officials admitted to hiring child sex workers as sex slaves in exchange for sex for a higher fee.

PornHub has been accused of exploiting workers on its website.

In addition to FreeAgent, the company has also been sued for its “adult content.”