KEY POINTS

  • Ex-porn star Mia Khalifa has criticized BangBros for figuratively putting a bounty on her head 
  • Khalifa uploaded a video in which she can be revisiting the moment when she signed the contract for her work with the porn website
  • More than 1.5 million people have signed the petition to remove the pornographic videos of Khalifa online

Ex-porn star Mia Khalifa has criticized BangBros for figuratively putting a bounty on her head.

The former adult movie star continues her fight with BangBros on social media. On Sunday (July 5), Khalifa uploaded a video in which she can be revisiting the moment when she signed the contract for her work with the porn website. 

Khalifa wrote that she was 21 years old when she signed the contract and did not know that it would not end well for her. The song playing in the background is JP Saxe’s “If The World Was Ending” and Khalifa could be seen lip-syncing one of the lines from the song while talking to one of the representatives of the website. The representative was also played by the former adult film actress herself.

In the video, Khalifa asks the representative, “If the world was ending, you’d come over right, right?” To which the representative replies, “No.”

“21yr old me signing the basic BBros talent contract not thinking they’d figuratively put a bounty on my head to the middle east. But like, if extremist sympathizers of a te*r0ri5t (terrorist) organization continue to threaten to kill me ud chill?” Khalifa wrote in her post.

Khalifa then slammed the website in the caption for purchasing Penthouse through the viral content she produced during her time with the company. Khalifa, who was one of the most famous porn stars in the world while she was working, also noted that Penthouse is now officially “toxic trash.”

The video comes a few days after BangBros sent a “cease and desist” notice to the former porn star following her claims that the company has been promoting her old videos as though they were newly produced. 

In its tweet, the company indicated that it sent the notice because of Khalifa’s “defamatory” statements. The company also noted that Khalifa should share the real “facts” with her fans.

“Today we sent @MiaKhalifa a legal C&D demand which lists some of her defamatory, false statements about Bangbros over the years and a list stating the actual facts. We encourage her to share the fact checklist with her audience. We doubt she will though,” the adult site wrote on Twitter.  

Meanwhile, more than 1.5 million people have signed the petition to remove the pornographic videos of Khalifa from various adult websites like BangBros and Pornhub. 

Mia Khalifa x Black Lives Matter activist DeRay McKesson was met with hundreds of responses when he asked, "Who is Mia Khalifa." Photo: Instagram/Mia Khalifa