Steven Spielberg's Daughter Mikaela Announces She's Getting Into Adult Entertainment
Earlier this week, The New York Post reported that the 23-year-old daughter of Steven Spielberg, Mikaela, has officially announced that she would be getting into the adult film entertainment business.
The 23-year-old Hollywood starlet, who's the daughter of Steven and Kate Capshaw, announced on Wednesday that she was getting into solo pornography videos. Furthermore, Mikaela said to the United States Sun that she wanted to get into exotic dancing as soon as she gets her state stripper's license. She claims it's difficult to get.
Mikaela added that she spoke with her parents about her decision to get into the business over her Facetime account this weekend. Mikaela stated that it wasn't her "parents' fault." Spielberg and Kate adopted Mikaela when she was a baby.
Mikaela added that she was sick of the culture and society insinuating that she should "hate" her body, adding that she wanted to capitalize on what she has been given. Previously, the daughter of Steven Spielberg and Kate has revealed her intentions to get into the business.
On her Instagram account, at the link provided above, Mikaela announced some of the terms and conditions of following her IG. She currently only has 1000 followers. While explaining her decision to get into the adult business, Mikaela stated that it wasn't a "rock-bottom decision," but something she actually has wanted to do on her own volition.
With that said, Mikaela revealed that she wouldn't be having sex with anyone else on film out of respect for her 47-year-old fiance, Chuck Pankow.
Before she announced her new career on Instagram, Mikaela had posted videos to PornHub using the alias, Sugar Star, but pulled them off the platform due to the lack of a permit from Tennessee's Sexually Oriented Business Licensing Board.
Mikaela isn't the only Spielberg family member to announce their new profession. Sawyer Spielberg, 27, just had his first acting role in the horror film, Honeydew. The Hollywood Reporter claims the movie is about a young couple who seek refuge in the home of a farmer and her son.