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Female porn addict racks up €5k blue movie debt

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Female porn addict racks up €5k blue movie debt

A pornography addicted woman ran up a debt of £4,000 (€5,453) watching 8 hours of pay-per view sex a day, over the course of eight months.

29-year-old Jessie Maegan clocked up the huge debt after she ran out of freely available porn.

“At the height of my addiction I’d spend hours alone, looking at sites such as Pornhub and RedTube. I started paying for the exclusive content because by then I felt like I had seen it all,” she told The Sun.

“I moved on to group stuff with S&M, and the more I saw, the more I wanted — the edgier the better.

“I’d lose track of time, sometimes not getting to bed until 4am. It’s amazing to think that some days I’d watch over eight hours of porn.

“I’d watch it on my phone in the park at lunchtimes and on my breaks from work. I’d be counting down the minutes until I could finish my shift and get home to watch more.

“As a teen I’d never masturbated but after seeing women in the films I could pleasure myself for hours.

“In public I still had to get my fix and would take the risk.”

“In eight months I had credit card debts of more than £4,000 on porn when I could barely afford my rent.

“I wasn’t eating properly and I had no friends. The turning point was when I was sacked for falling asleep at my desk. Then I had nothing in my life and knew I had to get help.”

Jessie, who is now single, says he former boyfriend turned her on to porn after he suggested they watch a blue movie together.

"I felt like a naughty schoolgirl doing something I knew my parents definitely wouldn’t approve of – which just added to the buzz.

“We had sex several times that night and I can honestly say it was the best I’d ever had."

“After that, we were watching it together most weekends, which then increased to occasional weekday nights too.

“But after four months we moved in together and it became most nights.

“I was exhausted all the time because we were surviving off just a few hours’ sleep a night. I was starting to ignore my friends, not replying to their calls or texts when they invited me for a drink.

“The idea of not getting my sex and porn fix with my boyfriend wasn’t worth contemplating. I thought about trying to tell a couple of good friends about my new find but I was too worried they would think I was a weirdo and wouldn’t understand.

“I’d become very anti-social but I wasn’t bothered because I knew what made me happy.

“I could always go back to my friends, who would always be there — or so I thought.

“But then my partner dropped the bombshell that he thought we should spend some time apart, as the porn was affecting his job. He needed a break.”

Jessie finally beat her cravings after shelling out for a £200 counselling course – and she is speaking out to help other addicts.

She has not watched porn nor had a relationship since recovering from her addiction and says: “Very slowly I learned to be more aware of how I felt when I watched porn.