Ex-Porn Star’s Fans Petition To Have Her Domains Returned

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Mia Khalifa had a brief stint in the porn industry: 3 months with 11 videos. Despite retiring from industry almost 6 years ago, she is still one of Pornhub’s most popular stars. She comes second only to Lana Rhodes in Pornhub’s search rankings. She came into focus when a video featuring her in a hijab went viral, angering Muslims and inciting the wrath of the ISIS which gave death threats to the then 21 years old Mia.

She recently revealed details of a photo shoot that happened when the hijab video was at its peak. It was with a photographer who worked for Vogue and she was introduced to him by Jordan Sibbs, an executive at Bang Bros. She said that she was tricked, pressurized and sexually abused during the course of the shoot. Later, Bang Bros put up those photos on a website created under her name which they later deceived her into selling them for $1. She was neither paid for the shoot and nor was informed what it would be used for.

“I just want B*angbros to stop actively putting me in harm’s way by promoting my 6-year-old videos like they’re new, making millions of ppl think I’m still active,” she wrote on Twitter. She has tried to have the videos taken down from Pornhub and BangBros before, but to no avail. Now her fans have started a petition demanding that her domain be returned to her and the videos to be removed.

The petition, titled ‘Justice For Mia Khalifa’, reads: “We are demanding her domain names be returned, her videos be removed and fairly discussed in court without putting Mia Khalifa into deep financial ruin. Mia has stated her regret for her decisions in the porn industry multiple times.” It also accuses “big corporations” of denying Mia a fair chance to demand her content in court “due to financial advantage.”

The petition has garnered over 1.5 million signatures in a week.

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