My guess is both, based on the "evidence" so far. I don't know her or the porn scene at all and don't want to make false accusations or ignorant comments about sexual assault, and I don't know if the one screenshot or link I've seen is reliable, that's why I'm asking other people to tell me your perspectives. She admits to being notoriously aggressive in porn circles and having her way with other women, often for the cameras during porn parties and often in bathrooms. She says she always stopped when there was a determined NO but was deeply ashamed when the allegations against her going overboard surfaced. However she also mentions the allegations came from her enemies. Since her rejection of trans porn actor Drew Deveaux in 2012 was the event that inspired the creation of the word cotton ceiling, I wouldn't be surprised if this was just another lie by TRAs to cancel "transphobes", but it seems to me she was indeed predatory and people are now using it as a tool to invalidate other gender critical women. I personally fail to see how the existence of women who assault other women is a gotcha for the gender maffia to open female only spaces to male offenders too. To me a man who feels entitled to enter a female bathroom because of his gender feels ALREADY counts as a predator who doesn't respect boundaries, so I find this whole "not all transwomen" argument pointless.