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Adult Film Star Blames Billie Eilish’s Parents For Singer’s ‘Exposure’ To Porn At Young Age

Adult film star Maitland Ward has blamed Billie Eilish's parents for the singer's 'exposure' to porn at a young age, which she has previously claimed 'destroyed' her brain. 
Credit: @maitlandward/@billieeilish/Instagram

Adult film star Maitland Ward has blamed Billie Eilish’s parents for the singer’s ‘exposure’ to porn at a young age, which she has previously claimed ‘destroyed’ her brain

The 44-year-old, who rose to fame on the sitcom Boy Meets World, has responded to the musician’s statement that X-rated content is a ‘disgrace,’ after admitting to watching ‘violent’ material at just 11 years old.

In an interview with TMZ, Ward questioned: “Why was she watching violent porn aged 11, who was watching over her?”

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She continued: “She should blame her parents… a child should not be watching porn, ever, at that age.

“Porn is not something that’s supposed to be sex education for people, it’s entertainment for adults, that’s what we do… It’s crazy, and I think she’s too young to make that kind of assessment about porn.”

However, Eilish has been defended by former adult film star, Randy Spears, who also has concerns that young people are ‘digesting’ far too much explicit sexual content.

He explained: “When we’re that young, our brains don’t have the capacity to digest [hardcore porn].

“Who in their right mind would want their seven-year-old [daughter or son] to be watching some woman with seven guys? It’s pretty despicable stuff.

“If your brain is still growing and you have very little life experience as an adult and you’re trying to digest that and make sense of that, I could see exactly how she could feel that way.”

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Adult film star Maitland Ward has blamed Billie Eilish’s parents for the singer’s ‘exposure’ to porn at a young age. Credit: @billieeilish/Instagram

The debate began earlier this month when the 20-year-old told interviewer Howard Stern that she ‘learned how to have sex’ through watching explicit content.

At the time, she said: “I think porn is a disgrace. I used to watch a lot of porn, to be honest. I started watching porn when I was, like, 11 and I didn’t understand why it was a bad thing.

“I thought that was how you learned to have sex.”

She added: “I think it really destroyed my brain and I feel incredibly devastated that I was exposed to so much porn.”

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