Montana Fishburne cautions against porn industry

Montana Fishburne Regrets Doing Porn, Cautions Against The Industry

Montana Fishburne, the daughter of The Matrix star Laurence Fishburne, is cautioning young women against going into the porn industry.

Fishburne made headlines in 2010 when she entered the adult film industry at the age of 18. She said she was inspired by Kim Kardashian’s success, which she believed was “due to the release of her sex tape by Vivid.” She said she hoped the “same magic” would help launch her career, and that she was “impatient” about making a name for herself.

Montana Fishburne said her father was “very hurt” by her decision to go into porn, but she believed he would eventually see it as a positive. That day never came, and Fishburne said her father cut ties with her and that she was “no longer welcome in his life” because of her decision.

Montana Fishburne: An A-List Daughter Makes Her XXX Debut

In early August 2010, Fishburne tried to block the distribution of a gonzo adult film featuring her and porn actor Brian Pumper. Her legal team contacted Pumper, who Fishburne said leaked the “rehearsal footage,” which was never supposed to be released. Vivid released Fishburne’s official porn debut, Montana Fishburne: An A-List Daughter Makes Her XXX Debut, on August 10, 2010.

“You may end up having a really sucky life.”

However, Fishburne’s plan didn’t go exactly as planned. Now 22, she warned that porn is not the path to fame and success.

“I don’t encourage people to go into the porn industry. You’re not going to be famous, or be a movie star. You may end up having a really sucky life,” she said.

“If you look at the celebrity sex tape, these girls are not your average girl next door jumping into porn and for the average girl to get into porn and have those results won’t happen,” she added. “You have to look at where you come from.”

Montana Fishburne said she now has a new plan: to get an education. She also said that any young women seriously considering a porn career need to have a “very clear head” about what it entails.

“My idea is go to school and have life experience but don’t just jump into something blindly and have a big pay day,” she said. “If you’re going to be going into porn, you have to have a very clear head.”

“A very untrustworthy business.”

Jasmine Waltz, a model best known for dating David Arquette and Ryan Seacrest, also warned that porn does not pay as well as people think. Waltz released her sex tape, Real Jasmine, for Exquisite in 2011, but said she didn’t see any profit. She also confirmed that Montana Fishburne got a raw deal after her sex tape was released.

“Vivid told me they would give $125,000 and 25 percent of the back end, all the sales that are made. Basically, you’ll never see the back end after advertisement. You won’t get the money. It’s a very untrustworthy business,” she said. “Lawrence Fishburne’s daughter got burned really, really bad. She got $60,000 dollars and never saw another penny.”

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