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A Brooklyn guy was faced with the worst of scenarios. Coming through customs on a return trip from Puerto Rico, he was cuffed in San Juan. He was accused of transporting child pornography, because a copy of the DVD "Little Lupe the Innocent" was found in his bags. Of course, Carlos Simon-Timmerman claimed his innocence, so in his mind at least, he was staring down two decades in prison for something he didn't do.

At times like this, you cross your fingers and hope for a knight in shining armor to rescue you. Carlos got his knight ... in the form of porn star Lupe Fuentes. He was freed from the can when Lupe flew down to Puerto Rico earlier this month to prove in court that she was 19 when the movie was made. The fact that she produced her passport and photo identification was much more compelling than the pediatrician called by the feds who insisted that the actress was underage.

So, if you're taking porn through customs, you may want to do a little research. Get the stars' cell numbers, or keep copies of their documents on file. You never know when you'll need it.

And, just for fun, do you know what Carlos does for a living?

Ding dong ... you're pizza's here.

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