Former Disney Star Bella Thorne Has Directed a Porn Film

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Bella Thorne, the former teenaged Disney Channel star-turned model-singer-actress, announced that she has directed an X-rated film for Pornhub.

The pornographic film directed by the 21-year-old actress is reportedly part of Pornhub’s Visionaries Director’s Series. The triple-X website describes the film series as “debut films by unexpected guest directors to diversify porn production and help create more varied content with multiple types of viewers in mind,” according to CNN.

Thorne’s film, entitled Her & Him, “depicts an edgy twenty-something guy who stumbles upon a surprise text in his girlfriend’s phone, interrupting their morning routine and spinning everything into an out-of-control sexually charged encounter,” the pornography website said in a statement.

The film is “a modernistic, sexually explicit Romeo and Juliet-like depiction of two star-crossed lovers who have an unbridled sexual longing for each other,” Pornhub added.

The former Disney star said that she initially set out to make a horror film set during Christmas, but “instead I made a beautiful, ethereal film.” She did not explain how that transition occurred.

Thorne did claim that she had been trying to get her porn film made for some time.

“I’m really lucky that Pornhub wanted to come on and produce this with me because originally I was shopping it around a very long time ago, and things were very different,” Thorne exclaimed. “People are kind of scared to make a movie like this one when it comes to dominance and submissive between a male and a female and how this relationship can turn quite sour.”

Thorne’s Disney series, Shake It Up, ran for three seasons from 2010 to 2013. The series was a sitcom centered on two young dancers (Thorne and Zendaya). The series often delved into sexual storylines and took on topics such as dyslexia and eating disorders.

Recently, Thorne insisted that she is “pansexual” and that she will have sex with people of any gender. The actress said in July she was “molested” and “physically abused” during her years as a child star.

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