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Former pornstar and podcast presenter Lana Rhoades is an American internet sensation. Over her career, she has had articles published in magazines like Playboy, Penthouse, and Hustler.

Amara Maple, a model and actress, grew up in the small rural town of McHenry, Illinois. Her real name is Amara Maple. She was a standout cheerleader and athlete who completed high school ahead of schedule.

She thought about going into the adult industry before turning eighteen, and as an adult, she decided to apply. At that age, she moved to Chicago to work at a tilted kiln. Lana’s career began that same year with her first photo sessions for Playboy Cyber Girls. A few months later, she broke into the adult market and quickly amassed a large following and critical acclaim, especially for her seductive feature, Lana (2017), which turned her into a much-desired model.

A single mother raised Rhoades in a Chicago suburb, and she has an older sister. She adored the sparkle of the models in The Girls Next Door, so when she was fourteen, she wanted to be like Anna Nicole Smith.

Rhoades gave birth to her first child in January 2022. Rhoades lives in Los Angeles and Chicago, splitting her time between the two cities.

Porn Career

In 2016, Rhoades—then 19 years old—began her career in pornographic films. She left the professional porn industry before the end of 2017. She has not stopped criticizing mistreatment and exploitation in the pornographic sector. Later that year, an altercation with another performer led to Rhoades’ departure from her representative agency, LA Direct Models.

Rhoades was the most searched-for actress on Pornhub in 2019, with 345 million views. In February 2020, Brazzers hired Rhoades as a marketing consultant. That November, Ellen von Unwerth directed her photo session for the cover of Playboy.

In 2021, she began endorsing the cryptocurrency PAWGcoin. In November 2022, she developed an NFT image project, which she unveiled the following year. Coffeezilla, an online investigator, claims that she left 509 Ethereum (ETH) worth $1.5 million after the debut and gave up on her NFT project after the $1.8 million launch.

Rhoades and Yandy, in addition to co-hosting the podcast 3 Girls, 1 Kitchen, also created a line of undergarments.

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