A GAY porn star is being slammed for attending a packed party in New York City amid the coronavirus outbreak.

Ian Frost, an adult performer, posted videos this week of himself enjoying a packed party in the Big Apple — where lockdowns have been enforced by both local and state officials.

Journalist Yashar Ali tweeted of Frost’s social media posts: “In the middle of a pandemic, @IanFrostok thought it would be a good idea to post 51 Instagram stories (yes, 51) of a house party he went to last night and early this morning in NYC.”

“So reckless,” he added of the party, which appeared to have happened late on Monday into early Tuesday morning.

The videos appear to show Frost and others dancing and singing in a crowded apartment.

Another Twitter user also posted Frost’s Instagram footage online, tweeting: “hey @IanFrostok you should be ashamed of yourself.”

“A literal party with a DJ as you flaunt your drinks around like this pandemic is no joke? are you kidding me? f***ing clowns.

DJ Alec Brian, who played at the party, wrote in an Instagram post on Wednesday that since he’s been unemployed because of the pandemic, he found an opportunity to work.

“Just to clear things up, I was asked to DJ a small house party. I have been taking all precautions to socially distance, wear a mask and hand washing very seriously to stop the spread.”

“As many of us are now unemployed, I had an opportunity to avail myself of some needed money to pay my bills,” he said.

“If I have insulted anyone or made anyone feel uncomfortable by this event, I sincerely apologize as that was certainly not my intent.”

As of Wednesday, Frost’s Instagram and Twitter accounts appear to have been deactivated.

Frost told DNA Magazine in March how he was spending time quarantining amid the virus outbreak.

“I’m a master in terms of entertaining. It’d be impossible for me to get bored actually,” he said. “I cook and eat three times a day so that’s already a good time invested in that.”

“When not cooking, I’m researching and designing my soon-to-be-launched clothing label. I’ve also been making and altering my own clothes and I’m doing yoga after a long hiatus.”

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has recommended people don’t gather in groups of more than 10 people.

In New York City — the epicenter of the country’s outbreak — residents have been urged to stay home unless they’re grocery shopping or getting medical care.

When outside or in public, residents have been told to stay at least six feet away from others and to wear a face covering.

Violations can result in fines of up to $1,000.

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