Stoya Net Worth
Stoya's Net Worth is
Stoya deos not have an Instagram account.
Stoya was born in Wilmington, North Carolina to a Serbian mother and a Scottishfather. Her mother named her after Jessica Savitch.
As a child, she wanted to become a dancer, starting dance lessons at the age of three. She was home-schooled and got her high-school diploma before the age of sixteen. Because her father worked in IT, Stoya had access to a lot of electronics and gaming equipment, which she says developed her love for technology.
The stage name “Stoya” was her nickname before appearing in adult films, and it is the shortened version of her grandmother’s last name.
Stoya began posing for adult pictures for a friend. That eventually led her to modelling and working for alt-erotic websites. One of the websites she had worked for asked if she was willing to do a softcore scene for a DVD they were putting out.
Stoya claims that she discovered pornography through an interest in BDSM and via fetish newsgroups on the Internet. She has stated that few adult films interested her and that she prefers those with artistic and fetish themes.
Stoya was featured in two DVD productions for Razordolls, and she made a non-sex, cameo appearance in two Vivid Alt titles before being contacted by Digital Playground with a proposition to perform in a hardcore lesbian scene with Sophia Santi. The scene in question never happened, but, in August 2007, she met with several Digital Playground representatives and was asked if she would star in a pornographic movie with male talent. After careful consideration, Stoya agreed.
Stoya has stated that exploring her sexuality on camera has been a fun adventure.
In 2009, Stoya appeared in her first mainstream crossover project as KamikaziShegun 5000 in the award winning 48 Hour Film Project “The Kingpin of Pain”.
Even though Stoya was under exclusive contract with Digital Playground, Evil Angel director John Stagliano received “special permission” in 2013 to cast her in the sequel for the adult film series Voracious. As of 2014, she left Digital Playground and is now focusing her career on directing. She is financing her first film to be shot in February 2014.
Stoya appears as a main cast member in the 2016 mainstream fantasy series Dagger Kiss.
Stoya also writes for Vice, has written for The New York Times, New Statesman, Esquire, and blogged for XCritic. In 2015, Stoya began to write for The Verge as their resident sex columnist.
In a blog post, Stoya said that she has mild latex allergies and difficulties with hormonal birth control. In the past, she said that she has had three chemically induced abortions, and states, “I’ve been pretty successful at avoiding pregnancy.”
In a June 2013 interview with The Huffington Post, Stoya stated that her popularity as a porn star has made it difficult for her father to enjoy pornography.
On 29 November 2015, Stoya said on Twitter that James Deen had sexually penetrated her through the use of coercion and without her consent.
These allegations of rape were denied by Deen, who labelled them “false”, “egregious”, and “defamatory.
These images are user uploaded, if you would like any removed for copyright purposes please file a DMCA complaint and we will promptly review and remove any offending images.