Famous Porn Star found in tunnels with homeless in Las Vegas

Porn stars life style, the world must have heard about Porn stars lifestyle is glamorous and most of the time they spent in Maison, luxurious hotels and elite places where ever they get a better offer. But it’s not a case we have bought for you its, in fact, another extreme of life spending. A world-famous porn star has been found living among the homeless in tunnels under Las Vegas. Jenni Lee, who was actually known with her real name Stephanie Sadorra, was interviewed last month by a Dutch news reporter program for a documentary about hundreds of homeless people living in the tunnel network under the Nevada city.


More than 200 miles of flood tunnels under the Las Vegas strip have been home to hundreds of homeless people for years, where a strong community has been established.

The reporter even got shocked while recording documentary and astonished for a while when Ms. Sadorra revealed that she used to be an adult entertainment actress 2 years back. Had she pursued the career she might be in Top 100 listing now. Though she still ranked 119th on one of the famous porn site Pornhub’s. Ms. Sadorra told the RTL 5 documentary: “I actually got very famous. Maybe a little too famous. “I should still be in the top 100 on some list somewhere. I used to be so hot.”



“It’s not as difficult as you might think. Everybody is really respectful,” she said. “Everbody’s good to each other, which I don’t think you find much. She did not reveal how long she has been living in this community but she insisted she was content living in the tight-knit underground.

“I’m happy. I have everything I need here.”

She said that “hardships build camaraderie” and she has made more genuine friends living in the tunnels.

Ms. Sadorra, originally from Clarksville, Tennessee, began modeling at aged 19 and featured in some TV adverts. She starred in her first adult film when she was 21, and according to her IMDB profile, she last appeared in an adult movie titled “Horny Housewives” in 2016. More than 200 miles of flood tunnels under the Las Vegas strip have been home to hundreds of homeless people for years, where a strong community has been established.

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