The Petition to Remove Mia Khalifa's Porn from the Internet Has Reached 1.5 Million Signatures
The Petition to Remove Mia Khalifa's Porn from the Internet Has Reached 1.5 Million Signatures
The Petition to Remove Mia Khalifa's Porn from the Internet Has Reached 1.5 Million Signatures
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The petition to remove Mia Khalifa's porn from the internet has reached 1.5 million signatures

By Johanna Garner

Mia Khalifa has recently warned others not to get involved in the porn industry after her own awful personal experience that she says will 'haunt me until I die'. A petition has been started to remove her films from the internet and has already reached 1.5 million signatures.

When she was just 21, Mia Khalifa participated in 11 adult films that she says will 'haunt' her for the rest of her life. Now 27, the celeb has made huge moves in her sports career but has revealed she still suffers from her past every day.

Recently, Khalifa shared with her 20 million Instagram followers a warning for other girls to stay away from the porn industry after her own haunting experience and reveals that because her videos are still available online she is still receiving death threats. And, she was only paid $12,000 (£9,600) for the videos that Khalifa made back in 2014.

After her announcement, Khalifa's followers decided to take justice into their own hands and start a petition to get her porn removed from PornHub and BangBros. The petition has taken off and has already gained 1.5 million signatures. The petition reads:

The infamous hijab video has collected ISIS death threats that have targeted Mia from the video’s release in 2014 to today. Mia attends therapy on a consistent basis for trauma, emotional distress, and consequences of bullying.

It continues:

Mia and her team have provided countless financial offers to the current owners of her domain name and pornographic videos to no avail. Big corporations are not giving Mia Khalifa a fair chance to demand her content in court due to financial advantage. We are demanding her domain names be returned, her videos be removed and fairly discussed in court without putting Mia Khalifa into deep financial ruin. Mia has stated her regret for her decisions in the porn industry multiple times.

The petition has also generated some strongly worded comments criticising the porn industry. One viewer commented:

Her videos being up without her being payed is so wrong.

Another stated:

This is just plainly wrong, she deserves to be released from her past and it’s just disgusting they refuse to remove those videos.

And a third commenter eloquently stated what was really on everyone's minds:

F**k Pornhub.
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Look what y’all did... I love you so much. #GenZ, and especially the creator of the hashtag, Bella, haven’t stopped spreading awareness in 4 days and this is the result. I promise I will make #justiceformia the first step to change, this movement these girls have started will shed light on the predatory practices of that industry, and help save the annual thousands of girls from the same traps. Shop ethical. Support the WOMEN who own & distribute their content, not the ones exploited by having no control of their bodies. ALSO, please keep the momentum going for causes that need more attention than anything else right now. Most of which being the humanitarian crisis in Yemen, the ongoing BLM fight, and COVID safety (wear a fucking mask).

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Mia Khalifa has thanked her followers for standing up for her and has also made the announcement that anyone who signs the petition is invited to her birthday.


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