Porn star takes hit from new film about her life and death

Porn star Barbie Lynn Minkin is receiving a big blow after her film, Pornstar, about her struggles with addiction and her mother’s death, got pulled from movie theaters.

The film is set to hit theaters on Friday.

Minkin, 46, who is also known as Bambi, starred in the documentary “Pornstar” and told TMZ that she was upset with the film’s removal.

“I was really upset, honestly,” Minkins father, Steve Minkinos, told TMZ.

“I am a big advocate for addiction and this was a really bad way to promote it.

This is going to hurt me.”

Minkins film, which features interviews with a number of porn stars, has been a big hit on the festival circuit.

“It’s not a documentary, but it’s a documentary about addiction,” said Minkino, who was diagnosed with ADD and ADD-D.

“It’s a really important film, and I’m just hoping that people see it as a piece of a larger picture.”

Minks film is the third in the Pornstar series.

It follows her mother, the founder of an escort service, and her brother, a former porn star.

The documentary follows the story of Lynn Minks, who died from an overdose at age 27, and features interviews of her family and her sister, who co-founded the escort service.

The Minklins film was also the subject of a scathing report by a prominent American addiction researcher.

The report said that Lynn Minkyins was portrayed in the film as “overwhelmed and depressed” in an effort to portray her mother as a bad mother.

In the film, Minkinas mother, who had been a model and an actress, describes how her daughter became addicted to drugs and alcohol and then became a prostitute.

The report said Lynn Minsky’s life was “like a living hell” and she had suicidal thoughts.

The Pornstar film has been an instant hit on a number movie festivals, including Sundance, SXSW and the Tribeca Film Festival.

The movie has received rave reviews and even received a Golden Globe nomination for best independent film.

It was released in the U.S. on May 5.

The story of pornstar Bambis addiction is also being explored in “Bambi: The Movie,” a new film by filmmaker Scott Alexander that was nominated for best documentary at Sundance.

The sequel, “Basketball, Football, and a Girl,” will also be on the release date.

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