"I wish people would treat me like they would treat a married registered nurse with 2.5 kids in Indiana. That's how I wish people would treat me," she said, wiping away tears.
"I'd love to go back to college and work for some amazing company, be it health care, children, some other type of firm, and I'd work my way right to the top -- but I am hit with harsh realities constantly," she told CNN.
"People say, change your hair color, move to another state. Ha! People know me by voice alone. I can't run. I can't hide. I have to face this. Anonymity is something I'll never know. Even with all the surgeries, relocating, years of school, all it takes is one person to blow everything," she said.
"The only way to have power at this point is to own it. Yeah, I did porn, and thanks to this society that's all I can say I've done."
"I send a very strong message to young girls: Don't do porn," she said. "You're just going to have a life of crap in front of you in dealing with people, companies," she said, describing how employers can turn you down based on past experience or "morality clauses."
"These are things that teenage girls don't think (about)," she said. "There's nothing wrong with porn, but how people treat you for the rest of your life, it's not worth it."
Typical woman, she has no accountability. She made the adult decision to be a public whore for cash and attention and is now upset that people are treating her liked a washed-up whore. She turned 29 and has been replaced by younger, hotter pussy. She now wants to be treated like a pure woman who didn't waste her best years being fucked by hundreds of men for money. She still can't help but brag about how porn and being Charlie Sheen's girlfriend has made her famous. And she tries to tell younger, hotter girls to not follow in her path because
then maybe people will want her again it's bad for them.