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21 MAR

Mums Make Porn star quit the show because of her beliefs: ‘It was about the morality of it’

by Metro
left to right: - Jane, Sarah, Emma, Sarah-Louise and Anita
Jane, far left, with fellow mums Sarah, Emma, Sarah-Louise and Anita (Picture: Channel 4)

Mums Make Porn star Jane Chelliah decided to quit the show because her religion made her question the morality of what they were doing.

The Channel 4 show was an experiment which saw five mums make an ethical porn film they would be happy for their kids to watch.

Jane, who is Christian, walked away from the project as she was concerned it would appear as though she is sanctioning porn.

Im a practicing Christian and it was about the morality of what I was going to do, she told Digital Spy.

Nobody would have looked it and thought, “Oh Jane is sanctioning this one movie”, it would have been all of porn. And I just thought about the consequences and ramifications, and that is something I didnt want to be part of.

I didnt want to be part of something that places such a burden on young people.

Editorial use only Mandatory Credit: Photo by Ken McKay/ITV/REX (10160987bm) Jane Chelliah 'This Morning' TV show, London, UK - 20 Mar 2019 Shocking statistics have revealed that more and more young people are learning about sex for the first time by viewing easily accessible hard-core pornography. And now, new series, ?Mums Make Porn? is following five normal mums as they attempt to produce their own ethical porno - one they?d be happy for their own children to watch. Ahead of the show, Sarah-Louise Pritchard and Jane Chelliah share their experiences - including why one of them vomited watching explicit sex, and why the other had to quit the show completely.
Jane said it was about the morality of what I was going to do (Picture: ITV/REX)

Despite her decision to quit, her creative input remained.

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Wednesdays episode saw mum Sarah-Louise vomit on her first visit to an adult film set.

Sarah-Louise met porn star Roxie who told them: Youre going to see some oral, some sex, and a c*m shot at the end.

After witnessing the crucial scene, Sarah-Louise darted out and was sick in the nearest bush.

It wasnt that it offended me, I thought shes beautiful, Sarah-Louise said. I just felt the whole time I was going to throw up.

I think it might be the c*m bit thats knocked me.

The documentary has come under fire from Loose Women host Ruth Langsford who feels the ethical version of porn wont help young people.

Mums Make Porn continues Wednesday at 10pm on Channel 4

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