Porn star Riley Reid recently answered some of her fans' questions, opening up about her love life.
The erotic star was inundated with more than 14,900 comments on IG, and many asked about her relationship status.
One nosey fan wrote:
"Do you have a boyfriend?"
Well, the 29-year-old put the common query to rest, responding:
"I do not. I'm single as a Pringle."
Others joined the conversation and asked Riley whether she would date a fan in the future.
And the porn star replied that she doesn't go looking to hook up with followers. However, she admitted she has done it in the past.
A fan asked:
"Do you ever sleep with fans?"
"Not really. But sometimes it happens."
Many of her fans were pretty blissful with her response.
One excitedly wrote:
"So you're saying there's a chance?!"
Well, just keep dreaming, guys...
The erotic star previously admitted that finding love while working in the porn industry can be difficult.
Even though she has plenty of admirers, Riley said she has struggled to find 'the one.' She also revealed working as a porn star can leave you feeling 'sad and lonely.'
In the past, she has worried about men using her for fame or money.
In a recent YouTube Q&A, the Florida-born star said:
"I've had some trouble dating guys because I'm financially successful."
"People want to date me because I'm a famous porn star. And that's really challenging to find people who are authentically interested in being with me..."
"I've had guys on the third date saying 'I'm going to get you to quit porn.'"
"To have the audacity to ask me to quit my job is so f***ed."
Riley also recalled dating a guy who was so uncomfortable with her doing sex work.
"I dated a guy for two years, and the main struggle of our relationship is that I do porn."
"It wasn't until we broke up that he told me that sometimes he didn't want to kiss me."
"Moving forward after that, I've dealt with it again and again and again."
Such experiences have left Riley uncertain about finding her 'happily ever after.' She even said she doesn't think she'll ever get a 'fairytale' ending.
"Dating is hard in general for everyone. Being a sex worker adds to it."
"Will I ever settle down? I hope so."
"Do I feel sad and lonely? Yeah."
"I think a lot of mainstream media, television, movies, and books make it sound like we're all going to have a beautiful love story."
"I don't believe in that, I don't think it's a reality that everyone gets this happy ending fairytale thing."
Reid previously worked as a stripper before joining the adult industry in 2010 while at 19.
She has won numerous awards throughout her decade-long career in porn, including the 2016 AVN Award for Female Performer of the Year.