Mia Khalifa has taken to Instagram to say that "haters" would suggest her posterior is "all angles," before jesting that "they're right."
The ex-Pornhub star was posing in front of her wardrobe in an impromptu bedroom shoot and she uploaded the results to her Instagram stories.
"Haters will say it's all angles," she wrote over one snap, following up with "they're right" and a skull emoji.
Her tongue-in-cheek sultry snaps follows fake news of her death, after it was shared on her Facebook account.
But worry turned to celebration for fans of the ex-adult star when she announced her return "from the great beyond."
The former adult star saw her Facebook account suddenly being turned into a memorial page causing fans to worry what had happened.
In a cheeky message last Sunday, January 30, Mia took to Twitter to ease fans' fears while using a meme from classic comedy, Monty Python And The Holy Grail.
Although she didn't write a message, the meme quotes: “I'm not dead yet! I feel fine!”
One Twitter user commented: “Outstanding come back from the great beyond.”
It is still not known whether Mia was hacked or the incident was a prank.
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The Facebook profile stated: "We hope that people who love Mia Khalifa will find comfort in visiting their profile to remember and celebrate their life."
Her profile photo had also been removed and above her name was the word "Remembering."
All her posts also disappeared from the page and were replaced by a section that allowed her "friends and family to remember and honour" her memory.
Worry from fans over Mia started during her porn career after she received several death threats from ISIS over her wearing a hijab in a sex scene.
An edited image of Mia facing being decapitated by an ISIS executioner was posted by the terrorist organisation with a message warning that she's going to hell.
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