A group of porn stars, including the queen, have joined forces to sue the city of Washington

A group to protest the city’s new prostitution ordinance has filed suit against the city and its leaders.

The Porn Star Collective (PSC) is represented by attorneys with the law firm of Covington & Burling, which represented porn stars before the state legislature.

The group of performers filed suit in King County Superior Court on Friday in response to the ordinance.

The complaint alleges that the city is violating their constitutional rights, their First Amendment rights, and the rights of their colleagues and fellow performers to enjoy their work in the community.

The lawsuit claims the city has “engaged in a widespread and concerted effort to regulate, restrict, and/or restrict the free expression and enjoyment of adult films.”

In its complaint, the PSC points to a study commissioned by the city that found the city would lose $20 million a year if it enacted the new ordinance.

“The study was commissioned by and supported by the City of Seattle, which had previously declared the City to be a ‘Sexually Transmitted Disease Prevention City,'” the complaint states.

“The City is violating the First Amendment and the Second Amendment rights of its performers, employees, and others to engage in consensual adult-film and other lawful conduct.”

The city is also alleged to have violated their own ordinances, the complaint says.

“This lawsuit will force the City Council to take immediate action to address these harms,” the PSCC says in the complaint.

“If the City is unable to do so, then this lawsuit will be successful.”

The lawsuit seeks class-action status, alleging the city should have considered the concerns of the performers and their colleagues.