Courtney Stodden Turns Down $5 Million Adult FIlm Deal
Courtney Stodden, known as ‘Teen Bride,’ turned down an offer from adult-film site, Panoporn, that could have reportedly earned her up to $5 million.
“It is not the direction I am interested in taking in my life,” Stodden told E! News.
Though she admitted it was hard to turn down that kind of payday, Stodden seems content with her decision. When asked about Farrah Abraham’s decision to star in a porn video, Stodden said, “Success means different things to different people. Everybody has the right to live their lives the way they want to live them.”
Krista Keller, Stodden’s mother and manager, told E! News that Panoporn contacted her with the idea of Stodden filming two “solo scenes,” with a guaranteed $100,000 to $200,000 salary.
“We would have no request to have her have sexual contact with anyone out of respect for her husband,” Panoporn CEO Max Gambler reportedly wrote in a letter to Keller.
Stodden and her husband, Doug Hutchison, have never shied away from the cameras before. Since their highly publicized — and highly controversial — marriage in 2011, Stodden, 18, and Hutchinson, 53, have been living their lives in the spotlight, appearing in a season of VH1’s reality series, Couples Therapy, in 2012.
Most recently, the couple is appearing in Dr. Ava Cadell’s Passion and Pleasure Program. The eight-week course for couples seeking to better their communication and intimacy features Hutchison and Stodden speaking extremely candidly about their relationship, both sexual and otherwise.
– Olivia Truffaut-Wong
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