Former porn star Lana Rhoades says she wants all of her old scenes deleted.
The 24-year-old is an outspoken critic of the adult industry, talking openly about its lasting effects on her life and mental health.
And speaking to Harry Jowsey for his 'Tap In' podcast, she said that she wishes she could go back and delete her videos, but sadly doesn't have the rights to do so.
"A lot of the videos I have no rights under, otherwise I probably would have deleted them all by now," she said.
When asked whether she regrets her time in the industry, Rhoades said: "I do. I honestly tell people, if I could go back, I would give up everything to have my dignity and respect back, and for people not to be able to see me in that way."
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But this isn't the first time Rhoades criticised the industry and discussed her experiences of shooting adult scenes.
Earlier this year, she opened up about one the worst things she ever had to do as a porn performer.
During the conversation on the Three Girls One Kitchen podcast, Rhoades revealed that she still struggles with the mental impacts of one scene in particular.
She said: "One of the worst... honestly, I feel like I'm in denial sometimes and I can't accept some of the things that I've done.
"There was one thing that, ya know, I tried talking to a therapist about before something that I had to do for a scene that was really rough for me.
"Basically, this guy had a bowl and he, like, gagged me until I threw up into it and he, like, p***ed in the bowl, and during the scene he asked me to drink it, and I didn't know how to say no.
"It was one of the most disgusting, foul scenes."
This was just one of a collection of horrifying reasons and experiences that led Rhoades to take the decision to quit the porn industry for good.
And speaking on YouTube channel BFFs with Dave Portnoy and Josh Richards recently, she revealed that it's turned out pretty well for her financially, as she's now a multi-millionaire.
Rhoades said: "The industry I did not get paid s***.
"I probably had $100,000 (£71,000) in my bank account when I quit shooting porn and now I'm a multi-millionaire."
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