Mia Khalifa Says: She has Lost All Rights to privacy & I am just one Google search away

Mia Khalifa, former adult movie actress, made a bitter revelation recently about the porn movie industry, claiming that she made only $12,000 (Rs 8.5 Lakh) during her business work. While many people could not think how less porn industry benefits, given Mia's notoriety in adult filmmaking, where she supposedly has been working for only three months, the misconception of others about the adult film industry is explained.

Mia now brought up in depth how her private lives was influenced after her association to the adult film industry in a latest conversation with BBC News.

Mia talked to the network about her arrival in the film industry for adults and why her profession was chosen. She also talked about the trauma she experienced in adult movies.

In a frank conversation with StePhen Sackur for BBC's Hard Talk, Mia described how her family disowned her after knowing that she is featured in adult films She said (via), "I felt completely alienated by not just the world, but my family and the people around me. Especially after I quit, when I was still alone, even though I left. And I just realised some mistakes aren't forgivable. But time heals all wounds, and things are getting better now."

Mia also highlighted the fact that porn videos are not true and that males require their wives to do the same. "The things men watch in videos expect from women in their lives, and this simply isn't truth. No one is so ideal, no one will perform such events with the individual they enjoy on a Wednesday evening, "she said.

Mia also expressed her knowledge with traumatic stress disorder while making movies for adults. She said, “I think post-traumatic stress kicks in mostly when I go on public. Because the stares I get, I feel like people can see through my clothes. And it brings me deep shame. It makes me feel like I lost all rights to my privacy, which I did because I am just one Google search away.” Born in 1993 in Lebanon, Mia migrated to the USA in 2001. She started her brief career in the porn industry by the end of 2014 (three months.