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Mia Khalifa’s war of words with her former employers Bangbros has deepened. Is Khalifa lying about her net worth? Let's find out.

Is Mia Khalifa still lying about her net worth? Bangbros says “yes”

Mia Khalifa’s war of words with her former employers has deepened. The ex–adult actress accuses studio BangBros of mounting a “smear campaign” against her for creating a site that counters claims she’s made about her porn career.

Khalifa has been outspoken about her experiences in the porn industry, slamming it for “predatory practices”. She has criticized specific porn companies in posts on her popular social media accounts and has repeatedly shared a Change.org petition that demands PornHub & BangBros remove videos of her from their websites and is asking for her domain names to be returned.

Contested conversation

Khalifa sat down with YouTuber & comedian Anthony Padilla for a video interview which was uploaded on August 7, 2020. During her conversation with Padilla, Khalifa insisted she only made $12,000 from her adult videos and the other $160,000 unaccounted money was her salary as social media manager at BangBros. 

Padilla asked the ex-porn star what she would do if she could change the laws to make it safer for the people out there. “I just want to protect the young women who wanna go in this industry,” Khalifa responded. “I think that it should be illegal to force a woman to sign a contract right there and then.”

Intimate intimidation

Upon hearing Khalifa’s response, Padilla asked if she and other porn actresses were forced to sign a contract. Khalifa said that they were not forced literally, but the bosses would put the contract in front of them and tell them, “This is your contract, sign it.”

“They’re not holding a gun into my head but it’s intimidating in a sense that I’m twenty-one and there’s four men around me,” Khalifa explained.

Cease & desist 

The interview prompted BangBros to issue Khalifa with a cease–and–desist letter and the industry giant even created a website that contradicts many comments issued by the Beirut-born beauty.

Khalifa’s profile claims that she made only $12,000 during her porn career, despite being one of the most popular figures in the industry, and her assertion that she only worked in porn for three months, are among the statements that the website refutes.

Specious spreadsheet

The Bangbros video showed a spreadsheet of Khalifa’s earnings from webcamming. Khalifa continued webcamming until July 25, 2017 and made $134,148. A notice from the ex-porn star sent via email about her decision to stop camming on the said date was also featured in the clip.

BangBros claims the now twenty–seven–year–old actually worked in porn for two years and nine months and she earned more than $178,000 from that alone. “We have no idea how much she made with the other three adult brands that she performed for before she performed for BangBros,” the company said.

Righteous response

Khalifa issued her first response on Saturday, telling her social media followers that she was reluctant to address the “smear campaign” because of “how ridiculous it is.” Discussing the disputed amount she was paid, the former pornstar accused BangBros of “lumping” in money she’d earned for being a social media contractor with what she earned as an adult actress. 

“I don’t think that’s a very fair way to put the information out to you guys because I know that you guys aren’t dumb,” Khalifa wrote. This all comes after Khalifa said that the eleven films she made when she was twenty-one still play on her mind on a daily basis and that she doesn’t want “another girl to go through that because no one should”.

Harm’s way

Writing on Twitter, Khalifa said she still receives death threats for her old movies. “My fight isn’t with P*rnhub, it’s with B*angBros. PH is home to some strong, independent, entrepreneurial women who own, produce & distribute their own content. I am not here to get in the way of anyone’s bag.

“I just want B*angbros to stop actively putting me in harm’s way by promoting my six-year-old videos like they’re new, making millions of [people] think I’m still active.” Khalifa wrote. “The death threats are emotionally crippling, I haven’t felt safe even going to the grocery store alone in years.”

In their campaign against Mia Khalifa, Bangbros is bringing the receipts about her net worth in the porn industry, how many scenes she did, and more.

Supportive fans

Following her statements, with a thread allegedly documenting her involvement with BangBros, Khalifa’s fans came out in support and started a petition to get “justice for Mia”, demanding that her films be removed. Since it launched, the petition has received more than 1.5 million signatures.

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