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Lana Rhoades Speaks Out About The Worst Scene She Was Ever Asked To Film

Lana Rhoades has expressed her concerns about the most difficult scene she was ever requested to shoot.

Rhoades, who is 26 years old, gained widespread fame as a top adult film performer before leaving the industry in 2021.

After her departure, Rhoades gained attention for her criticism of the adult film industry, describing it as unappealing and advocating for its prohibition.

Despite her brief tenure in the industry, Rhoades has acknowledged the significant negative impact it had on her mental well-being.

She has recently disclosed that one particular scene was particularly distasteful and objectionable for her to shoot.

Rhoades shared her experience while serving as a co-host on the 3 Girls 1 Kitchen podcast alongside Olivia Davis and Alexa Adams.

The influencer 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, y'know, I tried talking to a therapist about 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****d in the bowl.

"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."

Following Rhoades' accounts of her experiences in the industry, individuals have taken to social media to express their opinions.

One person penned: "I feel so sorry for her, she was young and yeah sure she 'chose' to be in it but at what cost?

"Like some things, you just don't do to another human being."

Another added: "Kinda feel bad for her."

A third person commented: "Yikes, I feel for her."

"That's messed up and nobody talks about it," someone else remarked.

This is not the first instance where Rhoades has publicly criticized the adult film industry.

During an appearance on The Skinny Confidential podcast, she stated that it is entirely fabricated.

She told podcast host Lauryn Evarts: "It's like circus acts as a performer, when I was doing it, it was like what face can I make?

"What sound could I make? What can I do in this movie to make it the best one?"

Rhoades further stated that she was not emotionally mature when she initially entered the adult film industry and had not fully considered the implications of her involvement in it.