Former Pornhub star Mia Khalifa has revealed she spent tens of thousands on therapy and now needs to "stop herself" from diagnosing others.
The OnlyFans alumni revealed that she had spent a hefty sum on therapy over the years in a new Twitter post which received hundreds of likes.
Her admission of therapy costs comes after quote-tweeting a follow-up to a bizarre tweet that saw the 29-year-old call out an anonymous person, accusing the unknown party of gaslighting her.
The initial tweet, which racked up thousands of likes, saw Khalifa "f***ing dare" the unknown person to "argue with me," and insisted that they would "have to do better than gaslight".
Her tweet also claimed that she "used to read the dictionary for fun,", and many fans rallied behind her, Daily Star reported.
Others humoured the 29-year-old, writing of their favourite dictionaries, with one user claiming to prefer "Encyclopedia Britannica".
One user on Twitter quote-tweeted Khalifa's initial rage and wrote: "Me, but for being a psychologist and psychoanalyst."
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The quote-tweet prompted Khalifa to add that she had to "stop myself every single day" from diagnosing others after spending a hefty amount of cash on therapy sessions throughout her life.
Khalifa wrote: "The way I have to stop myself every single day from using the $80,000 I've spent on therapy so far in my life to diagnose others…"
The user Khalifa quote-tweeted also replied to her latest tweet, writing: "Girl, you earned it, tear them down with assertiveness. You worked and payed for it."
Other users rallied behind the Lebanese media personality, who shared her experience with therapy on Twitter to her 4.4million fans.
Khalifa went on to tweet that there needed to be better coverage in place for therapy, calling out one user who had said Khalifa's tweet was "giving me privilege vibes right now".
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The 29-year-old quote-tweeted the user, and replied: "It should be giving you 'we need better mental health insurance coverage' vibes.
"You think I want to spend that much just to not cry myself to sleep every night?"
Twitter users once again rallied around Khalifa, with one user writing: "It's your money, shouldn't be anybody's business how you spend it. Your health is number one."
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