Ex-Porn Star Opens Up About Her New Life

Multiple abortions, depression, mental health problems followed Crissy Moran

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(Anna Matheson, The Sun) Crissy Moran was earning over $15,000 a month making adult films, but left it all behind after believing she had a “sign from God” telling her to quit.

The star entered the porn industry after a troubled childhood that saw her sexually abused by a neighbor.

Chrissy grew up in Jacksonville, Florida, and lived with her father after her parents divorced.

The 41-year-old said her father’s message about staying pure and not having sex before marriage left her “confused.”

Crissy said: “I just remember feeling like people looked at me in a sexual way, older men especially.”

At 17, she rebelled and lost her virginity, soon falling pregnant.

After being dumped by the man she planned to marry, Crissy felt forced to have an abortion.

She said to the Daily Mail: “My heart was shattered while the life was literally being sucked out of me.

“It was awful … my school knew about my abortion and I lost all my friends.

“That was one of the most traumatic things that happened.”

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Crissy said the abortion led to years of mental health problems and deep depression.

The men she dated were obsessed with pornography and often wanted to include it in their sex lives.

One boyfriend raped her several times while she wasn’t on birth control, meaning she had to have multiple abortions.

Struggling with low confidence, Crissy chose to have a boob job in the hope she could match the girls her ex’s loved to watch in porn movies.

She said: “I felt worthless to the point that I chose porn and I said, ‘One day I’m going to be one of the girls you watch on screen.'” Read the full story at thesun.co.uk. Image: thesun.co.uk

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