Pornhub legend Mia Khalifa offers fans chance to view ‘unseen’ pics and videos

Pornhub legend Mia Khalifa has offered fans the chance to see “unseen” pictures and videos as she launches a new website.

Mia, 26, shared the news on her Twitter with a snap of her in hockey boots and the caption: “Who wants to be on my team?”

The Lebanese-American, who retired from porn in 2014 after just a few months in the industry, has unveiled

Mia writes on the website: “NTWK is the new place for ALL of my behind the scenes content.

“You’ll never get more behind the scenes footage of me or videos of my everyday life anywhere else.”

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Fans are offered “fresh and awesome content”, with a “biweekly photoshoot” that won’t be shared anywhere else.

Her followers responded to the news with delight, with one tweeting: “I really want to be your teammate.”

Another said: “The line starts behind me!”

A third asked: “Where do I sign my contract?”

Earlier this month, Mia shared a throwback video of herself on a five-a-side football pitch in London.

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She posted the clip of her playing around with football fan and pal Theo Baker, 23.

The pair met up on the pitch during a mini press tour, and filmed a hilarious video of their legs being waxed.

In the clip, Mia and Theo battle it out to see who can stand the pain.

Having ditched her porn career, Mia became a sports commentator.

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Last year, she shocked her social media followers by revealing she made just $12,000 (£9,940) from her X-rated films.

She wrote: "Common misconception is that I've been making millions and millions from residuals for the work I did.

"Nothing could be further from the truth. In reality, I made around $12,000 in TOTAL my entire time in the industry."

She also explained some of the stigmas she faced after quitting as an adult actress in 2015.

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"It was near impossible for me to lead a normal life with a normal office job after," she said.

Sharing a clip on Twitter, she added: "Difficulty finding a normal job after quitting porn was… scary."

In 2014, Beirut-born Mia went viral after appearing in an adult film wearing the Islamic headscarf — a hijab.

Mia, who was raised as a Christian, faced death threats from ISIS and other Islamist extremists after the video was seen by millions around the world.

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