Alexandra Daddary is a porn star with a name that’s been around since 2007.
She is also a sex work addict, who, like many, has had trouble with the law.
She was arrested in July, and now she’s being sued for violating her probation.
“I’m tired of people saying I’m a prostitute.
That’s not true,” she told the ABC’s Sunrise program on Thursday.
“They don’t know me, and they don’t want to know me.
I have been sober for two years and have been clean for six.
I know what I did was wrong.”
Alexandra Dadario says she was arrested on July 6 after she failed to appear for court.
Photo: Supplied Alexandra Dads Instagram account has over 30,000 followers, and it has garnered attention from celebrities such as Jennifer Lawrence, Jessica Alba and Demi Lovato.
A few days after her arrest, Daddaria’s Instagram account was removed from the social media platform, prompting questions about whether she was working as a sex slave.
Daddarios lawyer, Chris Beane, said the account was a legal action that had nothing to do with her client.
“She was never a prostitute,” he said.
“That was a false allegation.”
Daddaries lawyer, Beane said, was “deeply saddened” by her clients actions.
“The fact that she was convicted of this offence and then sentenced to jail shows a lack of respect for the rule of law,” he told ABC Radio Melbourne.
“It is absolutely disgraceful that people who work for a living and have the opportunity to make a living through the industry are allowed to commit criminal offences.”‘
I’ve been sober since two years’ Alexandra Dade has been clean since she was 14.
Photo of Alexandra Dada: ABC News A year ago, Dadaries probation officer told her she could be arrested if she didn’t attend court.
But it was only after she was jailed for four months in November that she got her sentence reduced to four months and served a two-week jail sentence.
Dads family had already been told her sentence was going to be “tougher” after a court found her guilty of being in possession of a large quantity of methamphetamine.
“Alexandra Dadarios family has been very upset and confused about the matter, and has asked for the court to reconsider her sentence,” Daddaro’s lawyer, Mr Beane told ABC News.
“After having an opportunity to reflect on the situation, the court has concluded that Ms Dads sentence is not in accordance with the guidelines laid out in the probation act, and accordingly she is no longer a threat to the community.”
Dads father has been devastated by her arrest and the impact it’s had on his family.
“When you are the most loved person in your family, that’s very difficult,” Mr Beanes said.
‘It’s been difficult’ A few hours after his daughter’s arrest, she had a text from her mother, who was living in Sydney.
“We have had our daughter arrested and we’re having a lot of support from family,” she wrote.
“My heart is heavy.
We need to come to terms with this.”
The ABC has approached her lawyer for comment.
“Thank you for your kind words and support,” she tweeted, adding: “I have to be honest with you, I’ve been drinking for a few years and it’s been very hard.
I’m trying to get through this.”
But her family are now worried she’s been released on bail, and she says she’s not drinking again.
“At this point, I’m just hoping the courts will hear our side of the story,” she said.
Her mother, Maria, told the Sydney Morning Herald she’s “really upset” about the court decision.
“This is a woman who has been a good mother to her daughter.
I’ve tried to be supportive,” she alleged.
“But she’s in jail.
She’s got a child.”
Maria says her daughter has been “disappointed” with her court proceedings.
Photo from Maria Daddara Facebook page: “She’s been through a lot.
It’s been a lot,” she added.
She doesn’t know what to do.” “
Her family is in shock.
She doesn’t know what to do.”
Dadaros lawyer, Adam Geddes, says her parents are in shock as well.
“All her family members are in disbelief, and our whole family really is,” he added.
Dadars father, Alex, said his daughter has suffered a great deal from the ordeal.
“You can’t really think about it for more than a few seconds,” he alleged.
His daughter’s mother, Ms Daddar, has since set up a GoFundMe account to help raise money for her daughter, and