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Ex-Porn Star Breaks Down in Tears While Describing How People Treat Her — and Reveals Why Young Girls Should Avoid the Adult Film Industry

"I didn't find Jesus. I don't hate porn. I didn't have any bad experiences. But..."

Ex-porn star Bree Olson — who is also well-known for her past relationship with actor Charlie Sheen — broke down in tears while discussing how she is treated by critics who learn about her former adult film career.

"When I go out I feel as though I'm wearing slut across my forehead," she said in a video that was produced as part of the "Real Women Real Stories" project.

She continued, "I have really gotten to the point where there are days to weeks at a time where I don't leave my house, because I don't feel like facing the world."

Olson, who said that she encountered a plethora of issues after she left behind the $30,000 to $60,000 per month that she was making in porn and entered the mainstream acting industry, shared details about the personal struggles that she still faces after people find out about her past.

"I get so disappointed when I go out and I meet a new friend and it turns out they don't want to be my friend anymore," Olson said. "People treat me as if I am a pedophile. They don't treat me like an ex-sex worker. They treat me like I would somehow be damaging to children."

Olson broke down when she was asked how she wishes people would treat her, pausing before responding that she wishes she would be treated like "a married registered nurse with 2.5 kids."

Watch the actress describe her experience below:

While Olson's message wasn't focused on moral or religious arguments like some of the other ex-porn stars who have spoken out against the adult film industry in recent years, she encourages young girls not to enter the industry.

"I send a very strong message to young girls — don't do porn," she said. "I understand that you want to embrace your sexuality ... but you're just going to have a life of crap in front of you in dealing with people and companies."

These messages are similar to a warning that Olson tweeted last year to young girls, writing, in part, "I didn't find Jesus. I don't hate porn. I didn't have any bad experiences. But trust me when I tell you not to do it."

(H/T: The Daily Dot)

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