Special Report Focuses on San Diego’s Booming Porn Economy
VENICE, CA – Sexy MILF Heidi Mayne joins the growing list of porn performers this week speaking out about piracy and the inner workings of porn in her FOX News interview. Filmed on location in San Diego at a content shoot with a friend, the blonde beauty betrayed both her eloquence and grace as she articulately and accurately fielded a series of tough questions from FOX reporters about the adult industry.
“I was a little skeptical because it is common for mainstream news companies to want to interview us only to twist our words and make us out to be horrible, disturbed people,” Heidi confesses. “In the end I agreed because I’ve known this photographer for a while and he promised that there would be no funny business like that.”
The interviewer went on to ask Heidi about how she feels about girls entering the business young, how much performers make, how the recession is affecting the industry, and if she has ever considered being under contract. With each question came a confident, honest reply that left little room for interpretation.
“They definitely has their own ideas about the industry coming into the interview,” Heidi confides. “Overall I am happy with the way the interview came out.”
Starring in more than 100 adult movies from every major production company and countless adult sites since her early 2007 start, Heidi’s celebrity has been on the upswing. The Booble Girl of the Month for August of 2007, Heidi’s career went into overdrive when she won an AVN Award in January for Best Group Sex Scene for Icon by SexZ Pictures.
“When I found out that I had won I literally couldn’t believe it,” the blue-eyed vixen says. “More than anything in the world I love having sex on film. I just never dreamed that I would get paid for it, much less be honored with an award. It was an awesome moment for me.”
Since then she’s gone on to appear in a handful of mainstream projects like National Lampoon’s Homoerectus and Invincible, as well as working as a feature model for the Kama Sutra-based sex book The Rules of Love by Sterling Publishing.
Now she is turning her attention to her dance career, working up a list of credits from Palm Beach to Pennsylvania.
“I am still working shooting scenes. I even moved back to the valley,” she explains. “Dancing is just another way for me to get out and meet my fans.”
She’s also been busy working on her new website, HeidiMayneXXX.com, which is set to be launched in the next few weeks.
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