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In an article that ran on October 11, 1985, Barrington told the San Diego Union-Tribune while at a pornographic-industry convention that "I don't feel like a prostitute. I'm an actress, I am paid for a job. Sure you're selling yourself but people sell themselves for all kinds of businesses."
On October 4, 1986, the Los Angeles Times reported that as part of a federal investigation spurred by pornographic actress Traci Lords having appeared in films while underage, federal authorities subpoenaed five distributors, VCA, CBI, Caballero, Western Visuals and Paradise, to see whether pornographic actresses Barrington, Ali Moore and Nikki Charm had starred in sexually explicit movies while underage. VCA attorney Mike Mayock told the Times that Barrington's early films were recalled strictly as a precaution, and that he had every confidence that she was of age at the time of her first VCA film.