Ex-Porn Star Mia Khalifa Allegedly Lied About Number Of Adult Videos She Made

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Mia Khalifa allegedly did more adult videos than what she claimed, based on BangBros’ official list.

Khalifa and BangBros’ have been attacking each other on social media over the former’s short stint in the porn industry. According to Khalifa, she only made 11 videos and was in the adult ententainment industry for 3 months. BangBros’ countered her statement by releasing a list of her videos on various websites.

“RT If you know how to count to 28 #mathishard #truthhurts #notcountingreddit https://factsbeatfiction.com/scene-list/,” BangBros wrote on Twitter.

The company provided a link to a page entitled “Mia Khalifa Adult Filmography” with a disclaimer that read, “Warning, These links click out to Adult Websites Showing Hardcore Pornography. 18+ Only.”

Based on BangBros’ list, Khalifa made seven videos for Scoreland, two for John Stone XXX, one for TR Productions and 18 for Bangbros for a total of 28 videos. The total count has 17 more videos than what Khalifa claimed.

In another tweet, BangBros shared a fun fact about the ex-porn star.

“Fun Fact: Mia Khalifa went from an average of 19,000 new followers on IG per day to only 2,700/day after being exposed. #nowonder #cloutchaser,” BangBros wrote with a thinking face emoji.

Meanwhile, Khalifa fired back at BangBros by sharing an article on how it allegedly duped a 15-year-old beauty queen into doing porn.

“Bangbros: fAcTS aNd hOnEstY gUyS,” she wrote on Twitter with heart emoji.

Khalifa regretted her decision of joining the porn industry. In June, she responded to a Tiktok user who wrote, “When you realize PornHub pays you 20k to be in a video w/o your face in it.” Khalifa said that it wasn’t worth it.

“Those 11 videos will haunt me until I die, and I don’t want another girl to go through that — because NO ONE should,” Khalifa wrote in one of her Instagram Stories.

She also said she only made $12,000 from her short stint.  

However, in BangBros’ Mia Khalifa Facts, it was revealed that the company paid her $178,000, so she earned more than what she said. The adult site also debunked her claim that she was only a part of the porn industry for three months because she allegedly started in mid-2014 and only left in July 2017.

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