Update: Steven Spielberg’s adult actress daughter arrested in Nashville

Update: Mikaela Spielberg, who recently shot to fame over her announcement that she had started a career on porn films, was arrested early yesterday in Nashville on a domestic violence charge.

Steven Spielberg’s adopted daughter, 23, has since posted the $1,000 bond and been released.

Mikaela’s arrest comes just weeks after the news broke that she had appeared in films that were available on the adult site pornhub.com. At the time she claimed she had the support of her famous father AND 50-year-old competitive darts playing fiance.

Earlier: Mikaela Spielberg’s interview where she announced her entry into the the adult entertainment industry and claimed she had the support of her famous father, director Steven Spielberg, may have been slightly disingenuous.

A subsequent report in the New York post quoted a Spielberg family friend as saying that though Mikaela’s parent’s have always been supportive,
“Obviously, though, they’re embarrassed by her sudden public admission of entry into the sex worker world.”

It was hard to believe that the Spielberg’s would be condoning the very public announcement of Mikaela’s entry into the porn and exotic dancing industries, so the latest revelation comes as little surprise.

Earlier: Director and Producer Steven Spielberg’s daughter is now a porn actress- and the creator of ET is standing by her career decision.

Nashville, TN, resident Mikaela Spielberg began a solo career earlier this year, starting out at the age of 23.

In an interview with The Sun, the adopted child of the man behind Saving Private Ryan claimed she would love to be a stripper, and that her parents were “intrigued” but “not upset.”

“And I also just got tired of working day to day in a way that wasn’t satisfying my soul,” she said. “I feel like doing this kind of work, I’m able to ‘satisfy’ other people, but that feels good because it’s not in a way that makes me feel violated.”

Describing herself as “sexually natured,” she decided that she would buck Southern norms and take on the adult film world.

“My body, my life, my income, my choice,” she said of the career change on social media. “I owe not a single person my autonomy or virtue just because of a name.”

In the end, she stated that she has to break her dependence from her family and be her own woman.

Steven Spielberg attends The Women’s Cancer Research Fund’s An Unforgettable Evening Benefit Gala at the Beverly Wilshire Four Seasons Hotel on Feb 28, 2019 in Beverly Hills, Ca. Spielberg to propose Oscar rules that could disqualify streaming films. (Frazer Harrison/Getty Images/TNS)

“My main hope is just that I get somewhere lucrative enough to where I’m not tied down financially by things,” she told the Sun. “And then I can really start saying to people there’s nothing wrong with me using my body in a way that feels comfortable to support myself.”

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