I would like to begin by expressing my heartfelt appreciation to all of you who have supported me and enjoyed my work in the adult entertainment industry. Your support has been invaluable, not only covering my essential living expenses but also enabling me to enjoy life's experiences.
However, today I am confronted with a difficult revelation about the studio where I've spent three years of my adult life. This is not an easy message to convey, but I find it crucial to do so: I have severed all ties with Helix Studios and distanced myself completely from anyone associated with them. Based on my personal experiences and observations, I am firmly convinced that this studio exploits vulnerable youth.
Recently, I received troubling information from a reliable source. I learned about alleged inappropriate interactions with minors that have occurred over the years, including grooming, coercion, and instances of date rape. I've also become increasingly uncomfortable with the circumstances surrounding the untimely deaths of some models during or after their affiliation with Helix.
In my view, Helix Studios has treated models as commodities, using them as resources and sources of income for their own benefit. Based on my own observations, I believe that Keith Miller, with the help of his staff, would give a nod of approval to those who offered substantial sums of money. These individuals were then permitted to manipulate and deceive models into meeting them, traveling to their locations, and subjecting them to unimaginable abuses.
Several years ago, I was threatened by a powerful man with considerable influence, connections, and wealth. I was warned that I might end up like Alex Riley if I didn't acquiesce to his demands. When I reported this to Keith Miller, the owner of Helix Studios, he reassured me that he had no connection with this man. Later, the same individual who threatened me showed me a conversation he'd had with Miller. The discussion was deeply unsettling. As I interpreted it, the models were spoken about in a predatory manner, which gave me the impression of discussions about sex trafficking.
The dialogue classified me, and every other model, into categories that made us feel disposable. Those of us who could not further involve ourselves in exchange for the coverage and income the studio offered for compliance were implicitly threatened. I firmly believe that the only reason I escaped harm was due to my standing within the studio, which afforded me more privileges than almost any other model, and my connections with influential people outside the adult entertainment industry.
I contend that many individuals, both male and female, lose their lives in this industry, and the contributing factors to their demise often go unnoticed. My hope is that this message will reach younger audiences contemplating a similar career path, so they might make a more informed decision.
Thank you for your understanding and continued support.