Alexandra Mayers aka Monica Foster reports in this Porn News Alert that Charlie Sheen Goddess, Pornstar Bree Olson, wrote a post for the Daily Dot titled “Bree Olson’s Untold Story” which outlines her journey into and exit from the porn industry along with the problems she’s encountered since attempting to transition into mainstream entertainment and the mainstream work force.

Bree Olson specifically blames society for her problems (such as lack of work, harassment, stalking and bullying) rather than the truth of how for many years, certain people in the porn industry such as Mike South have highly criticized and even bullied her. In addition Bree Olson discusses how pornstars don’t receive residuals or royalties (as mainstream Hollywood entertainers do), yet she omits to disclose how she’s worked for (and was the face of) the largest porn piracy culprit Pornhub (aka Manwin / Mindgeek).

Today’s porn industry is indeed sex trafficking (human trafficking) and Bree Olson is a sex trafficking victim considering that it was due to the porn industry’s heavy marketing of her image, which led her to the relationship she had with HIV positive Charlie Sheen (who is well known for routinely hiring pornstar escorts).

Charlie Sheen’s most recent pornstar girlfriend, Brett Rossi, has been signed to Kayden Kross’s porn studio Trenchcoat X. Considering that Kayden Kross and Bree Olson at one time worked together as contract girls for porn studio Adam and Eve, will Bree return to porn as a Trenchcoat X contract star as Rossi has?

If Bree Olson feels that nothing is wrong with porn, then why is she warning young women to stay away from it, and why doesn’t she continue to work as a pornstar herself?

In the wake of anti-porn activist Shelley Lubben closing The Pink Cross, is Bree Olson attempting to take her place, but without saying that the porn industry is the problem (even though the porn industry is directly attached to organized crime controlled illegal sex trafficking, escort and prostitution rings)?

At the end of this webcast, Alexandra explains that through Jesus Christ, it’s possible to leave the porn industry and create a solid, healthy and happy life for yourself. Faith in God is the key.