Mia Khalifa has donated her entire September income from Twitch.TV to the Hurricane Harvey Relief fund.
The 24-year-old adult actress posted a photo of her $5,110.70 donation to the George H. W Bush Presidential Library Foundation on Instagram.
Mia has a channel on the video game live-streaming platform where she plays computer games like Until Dawn and does live un-boxing.
Mia wrote on Instagram:
I’m also donating my September Twitch.TV earnings and donations to hurricane relief. Link is in my bio if you want to contribute.
Hurricane Harvey is reported by the New York Times to have caused a total of 30 fatalities, and counting, after flood waters ravaged cities like Houston and Corpus Christi, Texas, and people are left stranded. The rescue operations continue.
This latest bit of news is far less controversial than Mia’s usual media appearances.
Back in June the darling of the adult industry turned social media personality and sports commentator was all over Twitter following reports that she hit a fan in the face.
The man behind the Internet storm goes under the name Hudspeth, a 20-year-old Texan who is supposedly in the US Army.
Posting to the social media site, Hudspeth claimed he tried to get a selfie with Mia and she hit him in the face ‘leaving a bruise’.
Got a pic with Mia Khalifa and she punched me in the face and left a bruise?? pic.twitter.com/8KwKOQySrg
— Hudspeth⁶ (@FourthTigerClaw) June 24, 2017
Of course I didn’t see the punch but it doesn’t look like too much of a bruise to be completely honest.
People from across the globe have defended Mia, with some even responding to Huspeth’s tweet claiming that when they tried to get a selfie with her she was exceptionally friendly and obliging.
I think it's because you didn't ask her.
— House of Lunit (@houseoflunit) June 26, 2017
stop harassing her, jerk
— Alvarez (@kevintweetsfire) June 26, 2017
Mia even responded to one of the replies claiming:
You were the sweetest. Thank you for asking me nicely rather than jumping in front of me while I was walking and shoving a cam in my face.
You were the sweetest. Thank you for asking me nicely rather than jumping in front of me while I was walking & shoving a cam in my face https://t.co/1fQK0B5gSi
— Mia K. (@miakhalifa) June 26, 2017
Not going to jump to conclusions here but it definitely looks like Hudspeth wasn’t in the right in this situation.