Ex-porn actress preaches in Perham

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Former porn actress Crissy Moran spent six years in the industry, making big money in an industry that she said at times felt glamorous, WDAY reports. But it also was a destructive lifestyle that she has since fled after finding God, she told a Sunday service audience at Northwoods Assembly church in Perham.

She said her previous life led to a feeling of low self worth and a string of unhealthy relationships.

Moran now works with Treasures, an outreach and support group for women in the sex industry.

She writes a bit about her current life, and shares a lot of Bible passages, on her Facebook page.

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