Ex-Porn Star Mia Khalifa auctions eye glasses for Beirut blast victims

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Former Porn Star Mia Khalifa has auctioned her “infamous” glasses to raise $100,000 for the Beirut blast victims.

The Lebanese-American, who is one of the most searched porn actresses of all time, took to her social media page to announce that she is auctioning her glasses which was a prominent feature of her brief porn career in 2014.

All proceeds from the auction of the “used and abused” glasses which was listed on eBay would be sent to the Lebanese Red Cross which she called the country’s “most valuable asset at this time of crisis”.

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Bids for the glasses reached $11,400 on Friday about six hours after she put it up.  As of Tuesday, the glasses have generated 190 bids and has hit $100,000.

Khalifa promised to sign the glass “(if you want), and take one last Polaroid wearing them before sending them off to their new home!!!”

She also added that she would be live-streaming the final moments of the auction on a platform which she is yet to announce.

“The novelty glasses are the best prop,” she wrote on the listing. “I will sign them (if you want), and take one last polaroid wearing them before sending them off to their new home!!!”

“F**k it, there are no rules anymore,” Khalifa wrote on Instagram. “Anything for my country?

“The infamous Mia Khalifa glasses – Auction. 100 percent of proceeds will benefit @lebaneseredcross and their tireless efforts in Beirut,” Khalifa wrote in a post with a screenshot of the eBay page.

“I’m just trying to get creative, there’s always more that can be done and this felt like a cheeky way to raise funds and make sure the conversation and attention doesn’t [sic] diverge from this crisis,” Khalifa said, before adding, “Creeps are welcome, your money is just as green as ours!”

Mia Khalifa also known as Mia Callista, is a Lebanese-American social media personality, sports commentator, webcam model, and former pornographic actress.

A huge blast shook downtown Beirut on August 4 which left over 160 people dead and more than 6000 injured when thousands of tons of ammonium nitrate exploded in the city’s port where it had been stored for more than six years.