As long as he has proper permission for the minor to appear in the movie there is nothing wrong if it is not a pornographic film. Unless there is a court order to the contrary, either parent can provide such permission under shared custody when the child is with them. If you have a moral objection, then you could seek to get the court to order that the child not appear in the movies without your express consent, but the court will merely look at what it believes is in the best interest of the child
and not what you believe is in your interest. Your only defense is to prove that acting in these specific films is not in your child's best interests and filing a motion with the court to modify the current order to prohibit it.
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