Former adult star Mia Khalifa has revealed ISIS are threatening to behead her and are sending grisly mocked up photos of her death.
According to Mia the so-called Islamic State have been sending her threats through social media but she refuses to bow to pressure from the bloodthirsty group.
In an interview with The Sports Junkies Mia said:
You can’t show weakness. That’s exactly what they’re looking for. I really try and just make it look like it rolls off, but I’ll admit, it gets to you after a while.
Apparently IS fighters are offended by a video which shows her having sex while wearing a hijab, and the group have threatened to cut her head off soon adding she’ll be the first person in hellfire.
Mia, who moved from Lebanon to the US at the age of 10, before moving to Miami where she’s currently based, has been widely criticised in the Middle East and she’s been branded a disgrace to the region.
Despite the criticism Mia claims there are Hollywood movies showing the Middle East and Muslims in a far worse manner than anything the Bang Bros could produce.
Critics aren’t just angry about her former career they also dislike her tattoos – which include the opening line from the Lebanese national anthem and another of the Lebanese Forces cross.
The cross tattoo is meant to show solidarity with her father’s political views after a bombing in Lebanon in 2012.
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Since leaving the adult entertainment business, Mia earns a living commenting on sports and pop culture on Twitch.
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