Ex-Pornhub star Mia Khalifa shares ‘surprisingly legal’ Mexican drugs haul

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Mia Khalifa has shared her "surprisingly legal" Mexican drugs haul and teased teaming up with pharmaceutical giant Pfizer.

The ex-Pornhub star showed off her bottles of skin medication in a series of Instagram videos.

The busty American-Lebanese babe, 28, started off with a skit of her getting caught with drugs while sat on her sofa.

She went on to show off her duty-free pills from her recent trip to Mexico explaining an American customs officer told her they were "surprisingly legal".

Her skit referenced a meme video of a cross-dressing teenage boy stuttering "drugs" when his mum asked what he was doing in his room.

It begins with her sat happily on the sofa taking out bottles of pills from a large shopping bag with the meme's audio being played.

She looks startled as there's a knock on the door and mouthed "drugs" in time with the "steven what are you doing in there" meme from last summer.

Mia goes on to say: "I'm not sure if how legal this is. It's got to be very legal because I asked the woman at the airport in Mexico 'is this legal' and she said 'yes 100%' and then I asked the guy at customs when I landed in America if this was legal and he said, 'surprisingly yes'.

"Anyway here's my drug haul. Thank you so much for coming to my unboxing of my Mexican drugs."

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She went on to showcase her acne medication and antibiotics and added to her 23.6m Instagram followers: "What I'm going to do, I'm going to reach out to this little company Pfizer and see if they can get me a discount code for you guys.

"How awesome, free shipping. Mia x Pfizer. I smell a collab coming on!"

Pfizer is best known for jointly developing a Covid vaccine that is used all over the world with BioNTech.

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Mia Khalifa has been sharing sexy snaps on OnlyFans after becoming the most searched-for adult star of 2016.

A video of her performing sexual acts while wearing a Hijab was met with controversy.

She has since quit and in a 2019 tweet said: "People think I’m racking in millions from porn. Completely untrue.

"I made a TOTAL of around $12,000 in the industry and never saw a penny again after that. Difficulty finding a normal job after quitting porn was… scary."

She recently said she had raised over $10,000 (£7,195) for charity through her OnlyFans account, ten times the amount she was paid per video during her adult career.

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