The legal defense for mixed-martial arts fighter Jonathan Koppenhaver, also known as War Machine, brought former porn star Christy Mack to tears Thursday when she was asked if she made money from the publicity she gained from the alleged brutal attack by her ex-boyfriend, according to reports. Lawyers questioned Mack, whose real name is Christine Mackinday, about her social media fame, which grew exponentially after the assault made headlines.

After showing jurors photographs of Mackinday’s Instagram and Twitter, in which she has more than 2.7 million and 756,000 followers respectively, Koppenhaver’s defense team asked Mackinday if the legion of followers she gained after the August 2014 attack at her Las Vegas home was “worth it.”

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“I would not want to almost die for a few followers,” Mackinday said on the witness stand. Mackinday suffered 10 broken bones, a broken nose, missing and broken teeth, a fractured rib and a severely ruptured liver, according to initial reports.

Although Koppenhaver’s lead defense attorney Jay Leiderman never outright asked the 25-year-old if she profited from the publicity she gained following the attack, he did specifically ask her about an emoji app connected to her name, which depicts Mackinday with a black eye and bruised cheek.

Mackinday didn’t deny her ties to the MackMoji app service, which is available for purchase on smartphones at $1.99. When Mackinday first announced the app back in June 2016, she said a portion of the proceeds would go to Break the Silence Against Domestic Violence foundation.

Koppenhaver’s defense team also read provocative text messages exchanged between Mackinday and Koppenhaver, including a nude photo Mackinday reportedly sent to Koppenhaver on the same day as the attack. Mackinday couldn’t confirm if the picture Leiderman wanted to show the jury was the exact photo she sent to Koppenhaver before he arrived at her Las Vegas home and allegedly brutally attacked her and her friend Corey Thomas.

Koppenhaver, 35, was charged with 34 counts of sexual assault, kidnapping and attempted murder. He faces life in prison without parole if found guilty.