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Mia Khalifa Is Making Far More Money On OnlyFans Than She Ever Did In Porn

Mia Khalifa quickly became a hit on OnlyFans when she transited from the traditional porn industry to the adult platform.

The subscription-based site is popular among influencers, stars, and adult entertainers. Mia is now one of many earning a fortune through her self-made content.

According to the International Business Times, Mia is the highest-paid former porn star on the platform.

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Talking to Ziwe Fumudoh on her late-night talk show, the star recently revealed that she earns $10,000 daily due to the subscriptions.

Her earnings have increased more than double since her time on PornHub, where she made $12,000 in total during her three-month-long career.

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Not having to share her earnings with producers has made a huge difference.

However, it is not only the increased income that makes Mia feel better on OnlyFans compared to her time in the porn industry.

She has previously warned people to get into the industry. She explained that the videos she acted in will "haunt" her for the rest of her life.

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"Long story short: don't do porn. And if you do, don't do it with a company," she advised during an interview.

"Do it for yourself, on your own terms."

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She wanted to make porn consumers aware of the content they choose to watch.

"If you consume porn, make sure it's ethical and not from giant corporations who profit off exploiting women," she said.

"Like your groceries, shop local and direct from the creators."

Mia first began using OnlyFans in 2020. According to the star, her explicit content is "Safe for work, but spicy."

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"I am finally growing into my self-confidence in who I am and the decisions I make for me, and this is my way of being myself outside the perimeters of conventional social media," she said after the launch of her OnlyFans.

"Even though I will not be creating nude content, I am going to be treating this page like my Instagram without [the] terms of service."

"I want to take my power back and just post what I want and what makes me feel good, and I'm just so thankful that y'all are along for this wild ride," she concluded.

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Mia first ventured into the porn industry in 2014. She quickly gained recognition and only two months later she was the most sought-after star on PornHub.

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However, it was not all roses as she received harsh criticism after appearing wearing a headscarf in one of her videos.

Things went so far that the star even faced death threats from Middle East Islamic organizations. PornHub data revealed that 25% of her viewers were from the Middle East in 2015.

The unfavorable press took its toll and Mia decided to quit her porn career after a few months.

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