KEY POINTS

  • BangBros has refuted ex-porn Mia Khalifa's "false statements" 
  • The company contradicted Khalifa's claim that she was in the adult film industry for only three months
  • BangBros also said Khalifa made over $178,000 while working with them instead of the $12,000 she has been claiming

BangBros has clapped back at ex-porn star Mia Khalifa's scathing statements about the company and the adult film industry in its new "Facts Over Fiction" statement.

Adult website BangBros, which the actress had accused of promoting her old porn videos as though they were newly made, called out Khalifa in a new tweet for her "false, deceptive, and misleading statements." The post also included the website factsbeatfiction.com, wherein the company claims to reveal the truth about the ex-porn star's "fiction."

One of the "false statements" BangBros pointed out was Khalifa's claim that she only made $12,000 during her short stint in the adult film industry. BangBros said that Khalifa was actually paid over $178,000 by the porn company and its affiliated entities.

While it didn't reveal an estimate of her total earnings, the porn site implied that Khalifa made even more money with three other "adult brands" she worked with prior to her cooperation with BangBros.

BangBros also contradicted Khalifa's statement that she was in the porn industry for only three months.

“Mia performed with the adult Film and Cam industry from mid-late 2014 through July 2017. 2 years and 9 months to be exact,” BangBros stated.

As for Khalifa's claims that BangBros and other sites were promoting her videos as a response to her allegations, the company denied pushing her content, saying the rising TikTok star lied about this for publicity.

“Obviously, it’s Mia’s self-created, scandalous buzz she’s created. There’s a spike in viewing her content every time she talks about it. We can’t imagine Mia is surprised that when she talks about her porn content, people are going looking for her porn content,” BangBros noted.

BangBros added a Google Trends graph showing spikes in searches for Khalifa corresponding with the explosive statements she has made over the past four years.

"Mia Khalifa is struggling to stay relevant over the years and needs to attack bangbros and the porn industry to stay relevant," the company wrote.

The porn site also maintained that Khalifa’s allegation that she was “manipulated” into signing a contract with BangBros is not true. The former porn star apparently even renewed her contract and negotiated terms.

“She actually was quite excited to be on contract,” BangBros said, adding a link to the video that showed the ex-porn star expressing her happiness over her contract with the company.

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