The report, which Pryor called a hoax, stated that the winner of GGW's "The Hottest Girl in America" contest would win an internship in Pryor's office as part of her prize package.
The Democratic Party of Arkansas released the following statement on the matter:
In a disgusting display of politics-at-its worst, false attacks pulled out of thin air by special interests ratcheted up today against Senator Mark Pryor. Candace Martin of the Democratic Party of Arkansas released the following statement in response:
"These sort of conjured-up attacks are exactly the kind of rhetoric that has broken Washington and are constant distractions from addressing the issues facing our nation. The porn industry has joined an Arkansas Republican activist in attempts at manufacturing outlandish attacks on Arkansas's U.S. Senator.
"Senator Pryor fought to prevent children accessing porn online and now the porn industry is striking back, with some Arkansas Republicans applauding the false antics of the porn industry. This is disgusting and I call on Arkansas Republicans to condemn these hoax stories immediately."
Senator Pryor: "Girls Gone Wild" Internship Report is a Hoax