2A:30B-3. Civil actions by child permitted
3. a. A child, through a parent or guardian or child advocacy organization or personally upon reaching the age of majority, may bring a civil action in the Superior Court, in any county where venue lies, for monetary damages or injunctive relief or both, against a person who:
(1) Permits, entices or coerces the child to engage in a prohibited sexual act or in the simulation of such an act if the person knows, has reason to know or intends that the prohibited act may be photographed, filmed, reproduced, or reconstructed in any manner or may be part of an exhibition or performance;
(2) Photographs or films the child in a prohibited sexual act or in the simulation of such an act or who uses any device to reproduce or reconstruct the image of the child in a prohibited sexual act or in the simulation of such an act;
(3) Knowingly receives for the purpose of selling or who knowingly sells, procures, manufactures, gives, provides, lends, trades, mails, delivers, transfers, publishes, distributes, circulates, disseminates, presents, exhibits, advertises, offers or agrees to offer any photograph, film, videotape or any other reproduction or reconstruction which depicts the child engaging in a prohibited sexual act or in the simulation of such an act.
b. In any action brought pursuant to this act, the court shall, upon a finding for the plaintiff, award recovery of three times the amount of damages consisting of financial gains to the defendant resulting from the conduct described in paragraphs (1), (2) and (3) of subsection a. of this section, together with full costs and reasonable attorney's fees.
2A:30B-4. Special guardian
4. If the parent or guardian is to be a defendant in the action, the court shall appoint a special guardian to bring the action on behalf of the child.