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Former adult film actor Mia Khalifa has opened up about how her family disowned her when they found out about her move into the industry. Speaking on the BBC's HARDtalk , Khalifa spoke about her path into adult film , explaining how it largely stemmed from rebellion and wanting to do something 'so out of bounds' and 'so out of character'. She said: "I shocked even myself. Interviewer Stephen Sackur then asked about whether or not her family had any idea about what she was doing at first, to which Khalifa replied: "No. She continued: " And they disowned me when they found out. And I just realised some mistakes aren't forgivable.
Jump to navigation. Former adult film actress Mia Khalifa has been speaking out about the porn industry for a while and in a telling interview with BBC, explained the reason behind doing so. The year-old worked in the porn industry for three months in but still ranks on the top spot on certain adult film sites. While sharing her experience of working in the adult film industry with BBC, Mia said that several others with similar stories reached out to her after her recent interview was published, in which she discussed the various aspects of the porn industry. All of my emails - my manager checks them. When he gets stuff like that, he filters them and sends them to me. And reading the words of some of these girls, who have been sex-trafficked and forced into porn, and all of these stories of girls whose lives have been ruined by it and by men, who have taken advantage of them, and by contracts that they didn't even understand the jargon of, it makes me feel like, okay, maybe it was good that I started talking," Mia said during her interview with BBC Hardtalk. Some people can also relate to Mia, she said, adding, "That I posted this interview and that I am speaking out now, because other people feel the same way, and even if they do not relate on a deep level as doing porn, they can relate on the level of being insecure and being pressured into doing something that they did not want to do.
Mia Khalifa BBC interview: Mia Khalifa was in the adult film industry for a brief period of 3 months but she is impacted by that decision till date. Despite being at the peak of the career, Mia decided to call it quits after a video of her wearing Hijab invited fire from not just religious fundamentalists but also ISIS. She could not do anything about it because she was intimated at that time. Within a month, she submitted her resignation letter and never looked back. However, the decision to leave the porn industry did not come without repercussions. On leading a life after her brief stint in pornography, she said that post-traumatic stress kicks in when she goes out in public. The stares she gets makes her feel that people can see through her clothes and it brings her deep shame. All of it makes her feel like she has lost all rights to her privacy. This is because she is one Google search away. Ever since Mia has started speaking out about her experience, many young girls, who have been sex trafficked and forced into porn, reached out to her.