Gay Porn Superstar Jeff Stryker Counterstrikes Folk Music Loving Neighbors With Public Displays Of Disco Dancing

Iconic former gay porn star Jeff Stryker (nee Chuck Peyton) and his North Hollywood neighbor Paul Kulak, described as a "juvenile delinquent-turned-javelin champion," have found themselves embroiled in an ongoing bitter feud over "the Woodshed," which from best as we can surmise is some kind of open mic night for local, folk-music-loving weirdos. Peyton hates the noise and crowds; Kulak just wants to feel the music, dude. It's the quintessential, porn star vs. hippie L.A. story, and according to the Daily News, things have gotten ugly. Disco dancing ugly:

For the past several years, Kulak and Peyton have antagonized one another, warring with restraining orders, zoning complaints and political wrangling.

Kulak says Peyton intimidates his clientele with martial arts displays in the street and bullies him with disco music. Peyton counter-claims that Kulak interrupts his concentration as he works on his memoirs and one-man stage show.

Had we known the star of Powertool and Strykin' It Deep was performing, free of charge, the Kung Fu Hustle in the streets, not only would we have shown up to cheer him on, we would have gladly followed the syncopated call of the cowbell to join up in his anti-folkie crusade. It's one thing to pollute the air with your ragtag friends' latest anti-war hymns, but quite another when that noise is interrupting the penning of the much-anticipated follow-up to the theatrical sensation of last year, Bruce Vilanch Presents: A Sophisticated Evening With Jeff Stryker (A New Erotic Comedy).