Businessmen fight for share of life-size sex dolls

2:36 PM, Apr 15, 2010   |    comments
  • Share
  • Print
  • - A A A +

SAN DIEGO (NBC) -- With human hair and toned physiques, these sex dolls could be yours for about $5,000 each.

"I make what i consider being the most anatomically correct silicone dolls both male and female," said co-creator Matt Krivicke.

Krivicke says these dolls will be used as evidence in a battle that's now playing out in court.

Krivicke is suing another doll-maker Matt McMullen for lost wages and share in his company's profits.

McMullen is counter-suing Krivicke, alleging that these designs were made while Krivicke still worked for him.

"It's a business dispute between two manufacturers making two similar product," said Krivicke.

For two years, Krivicke worked for McMullen's company in San Marcos.

Then he split, starting his own company, KnightHorse LLC, selling his own creations.

"I started a business by customer demand I want to stay in business and make the product we are making and grow this company," said Krivicke.

The two friends, turned rivals are also at artistic odds, accusing each other of stealing ideas and techniques.

The trial is expected to last two weeks.

Krivicke is hoping jurors will look beyond the sex and see the artistry involved.

"Hopefully the jury we have is impartial and is looking at it through open eyes and looking at the facts and not making any preconceived notions," said Krivicke.

NBC

Most Watched Videos