Mia Khalifa offered details of what was her time in that industry, an experience that still embarrasses her.
The influencer Mia Khalifa a few days ago managed to be a trending topic on the social network Twitter by the hashtag #JusticeForMia, as part of a campaign to remove the videos she made in her brief stint in the adult film industry.
The campaign also seeks to gather signatures on change.org, for those Internet users who want to support Mia Khalifa's aspiration to erase such recordings, a past that she now hates and that paradoxically has been the platform that has made her a global celebrity.
Mia Khalifa offered details of what was her time in that industry, an experience that still embarrasses her and that is full of abuse, mistreatment and deceit, according to her testimony that she detailed in a Twitter thread.
“I have never talked about this because it made me feel like I couldn't tell my story without being ridiculed by the general public. Now I feel safe, and I also feel the need to download some things that have haunted me during my short time in the industry”, she wrote.
The Lebanese-born social media figure accused BanfBros site manager Jordan Sibbs of cheating on her, offering to do a photo shoot for Vogue magazine, an experience that later turned into a nightmare.
Mia Khalifa indicated that she was forced to wear the hijab, the Muslim veil, on several films, causing her to be threatened with death several times by sectors linked to Islamic fundamentalism.
She noted that the producers and websites she worked for made a huge profit on her image, profits that are still growing today. Mia Khalifa highlighted that she only had $ 12,000 paid for an experience that left her with serious psychological consequences.
Mia Khalifa dabbled in the adult video industry between October 2014 and early January 2015, when she was just 21 years old. Currently, she has become a prominent sports commentator, businesswoman and social media personality at the age of 27.