An actor featured in dozens of hard-core sex films has pleaded not guilty in the reported rape at a Washington State University sorority house and has been released after posting bail.

Christopher Jack Reid, 25, who uses the screen name Jack Venice, entered innocent pleas to charges of second-degree rape, first-degree burglary, attempted residential burglary and two counts of residential burglary during an initial court appearance Wednesday after he surrendered to police.

Reid was released Thursday after posting $200,000 bail, Whitman County jail officials said. His next court date is Oct. 12.

• Click here to view a video report.

Reid drove from his home in Los Angeles to a motel parking lot in Pullman to surrender to police Wednesday.

"Mr. Reid maintains that he is innocent of any and all criminal charges," his lawyer, Chris A. Bugbee of Spokane, said in a statement. "We are confident that when this matter is concluded, he will be absolved of all of the allegations against him."

The burglary charges involve break-ins at the Kappa Alpha Theta, Pi Beta Phi and Delta Gamma sorority houses and an attempted break-in at the Alpha Gamma Rho fraternity in Pullman.

Reid, a Texas native and Iraq War veteran, has appeared in 86 hard-core sex films, according to The Internet Movie Database's Web site.

Police reports say a Washington State student who was sleeping at the Kappa Alpha Theta house awoke early on Sept. 13 to find two men in her room. Both fled. The woman, who is not a member of the sorority, told police she believes she was sexually assaulted in her sleep.

Kyle Schott, 23, a Washington State student, told officers that he watched as Reid "spooned" with the victim and touched her as she slept, according to court papers.

Schott said he handed Reid a condom, and the victim said she believed the sound of a condom package being opened may have awakened her, court documents said.

Schott was arrested Friday in Pullman and is free on $100,000 bail. He faces charges of first-degree rape, first-degree burglary, two counts of residential burglary and one count of attempted residential burglary.