Ex prison guard reveals wild reality of becoming a porn star

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Alicia Davis left her job as a prison guard to embark on a porn career, but found her past is following her into her new X-rated career.

The 31-year-old worked as a prison guard at a medium-security men’s prison, bringing home around $1100 per week.

The Gold Coast local said it was a crash course in learning to “hold your ground” and she was well-respected by the prisoners.

“Most of the time they were pretty well-behaved, but you do get the occasional inmate trying to show off in front of their friends. I don’t blame them, it’s a testosterone-fuelled environment, but it’s important as a female prison guard to hold your ground and remind them who’s in charge,” she told news.com.au.

When she decided to embark on a career in porn she quit her job because she knew it’d be “highly inappropriate” to juggle both.

She’s now built up an online following and can earn more than $10,000 in a single week, but there’s been one a tricky component to her success.

Former inmates have frequently found her online and sent her messages, which is something Ms Davis doesn’t want to deal with.

She said that if she ever gets contacted by an ex-prisoner it is always an immediate “hell no”.

Once, Ms Davis was chatting to a customer online when suddenly, things took an unexpected turn when he revealed who he was.

“They asked me for a custom video, which I was happy to do until they said – ‘you probably know who I am, right? I just got out of prison,” she explained.

Once he revealed his identity, he demanded that she put on her old prison guard uniform and strip. It was not a fantasy that Ms Davis was willing to entertain.

“I just feel I have so much respect for the work I used to it is just highly inappropriate. I can make money from anyone in the world that I want and that is just a market I don’t intend on tapping into,” she said.

She feels so passionate about it that she won’t even have a conversation with former inmates; she’ll just immediately block them.

“I don’t give them the option, I just immediately disengage and block them immediately. I’m sure they’d get it,” she said.

Similarly, another customer requested a private call, but she recognised the person’s name as an inmate she’d met.

“I recognised him as one of the jail’s most well-known prisoners from my time working there,” she said.

However, she takes a much more liberal approach to ex-co-workers.

“I’ve probably had five former colleagues on my page as well. They buy some content, and we chat every now and again. Sometimes it takes people I know in my personal life a while before they reveal who they really are, but there’s no judgment from me,” she said.

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