Married at First Sight star Amy 'haunted' by topless 'sexual fantasy' film she was pressured into making as glamour girl

EX-LADS' mag model Amy Christophers has told how she was "pressured" into making a sexual fantasy film that's haunted her for a decade.

In an exclusive interview with The Sun, the Married at First Sight star says she bitterly regrets her topless video with another female model.


Amy says the unearthed footage, filmed when she was 23 for paid members from the ‘Babe’ TV channel, has been hanging over her head ever since.

It came to light after being leaked on PornHub when the former glamour model, 34, married stranger Joshua Christie on the E4 show this summer.

Amy says: "Making that video was a silly decision, but I was young and ill-advised. I felt pressured into it.

"It's something that's always haunted me. I didn't think it would ever be seen in the public domain.

"For years I've had guys randomly DM me links to it and I've feared it would be exposed.

"I've paid lawyers to have it removed, but somehow it always follows me.

"Now it's out there I almost feel relieved. It's been like a dirty secret I've been keeping for ten years."

We told last week how Amy used the name “Brandy Brewer” with her adult movie performer pal Cara Brett.

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But Amy denies ever making "low-budget porn movies" – and insists channel bosses told her to go topless in an exclusive teaser for paying customers.

"It made its way onto PornHub and was then taken out of context," says Amy, who insists the footage is "very vanilla".

She added: "The sound of the video is much worse than it was. It's just a topless tease and no worse than a topless photoshoot with a girl, but there's some implied fantasy chat alongside it.

"I didn't have a career as a porn star – although I do like to think I'm one in private with a partner – but don't we all!

"At the end of the day we all have sex and being a sexual being shouldn't be something to feel shame about.

"It's not the Victorian era anymore – sex isn't a taboo subject now!"

But Amy still fears being judged on her one-time mistake amid her successful glamour modelling career that she left to become a sports journalist.

She has since made a name for herself in the industry, working with talkSPORT and The NFL, while also covering the Euros this summer.

Amy says: "Sports companies can be very funny about this kind of thing. 

"They're even funny about my Page 3 past, so the fact there was this video out there always worried me.

"I'm extremely proud of my glamour modelling career, but in that industry it's very easy to be influenced.

"Once you start making good money you get talked into things and it can become a slippery slope.

"I got out of that and changed careers when the industry disappeared.

"I always had a plan after modelling, but for some girls it wasn't as easy.

"I hear some girls from the industry ended up going into porn or even into escorting or high-class escorting. 

"These are girls who probably didn't want to do that but felt like they didn't have an option.

"I've done everything I can to try and get rid of the footage from the past, but that video still haunts me.

"I have a right for it to be forgotten about – it was over ten years ago and I've changed since then.

"I wish I hadn't done it but I can't go back and change it now so I just have to own it.

"I hope the sports industry can understand that and doesn't hold it against me.

"It's 2021 – everyone has sex and even though it's a sexual fantasy video it's not something to be ashamed of.

"So I am no longer going to feel shame for a certain video in the past."

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