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LOS ANGELES — Moe “the Monster” Johnson claims he was hoodwinked into performing in a racist adult scene that depicts his white co-star calling him the N-word without his consent, according to a new lawsuit.

Johnson, who is black, claims in the suit that the hate speech was used during a Dogfart shoot in the San Fernando Valley suburb of Tarzana.

Johnson, according to the suit, said that Dogfart director James Joseph Camp III tried and failed on two separate occasions during the production to get his approval for use of the N-word.

Johnson said he “made it very clear that he would not allow this racial slur to be used,” according to the nine-page complaint filed in Los Angeles County Superior Court.

Despite Johnson’s refusal to approve the N-word, the co-starring performer allegedly addressed him with the slur twice during the scene’s money shot, the suit said.

Asked for comment on Johnson’s civil lawsuit, the Free Speech Coalition’s Eric Paul Leue told XBIZ: “It doesn’t matter if it’s a sex act, a scene partner, or a gross and derogatory slur. Nothing on set should happen without the performer’s awareness or consent.”