Aussie influencer says she was left ‘traumatised’ after being deported from US airport after 10-hour interrogation: ‘My family were about to file a missing persons report’

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A single mum has shared her ‘traumatic’ experience after being deported from the US. 

Influencer and OnlyFans star Billie Beever, aired her frustrations in a TikTok video after she was taken into custody by border security agents upon landing at LAX in Los Angeles on Sunday.

Billie explained that when she arrived in the country, she was taken to a private room and quizzed about her line of work, her income, and whether she was a drug user. 

The 32-year-old says she was kept in the room, which she called ‘airport jail’, for more than ten hours. 

The performer claims she was ‘freezing’ and unable to contact her worried family back home as she was stripped of her phone and passport. 

‘My family were about an hour away from filing a missing persons report,’ she told Yahoo News Australia. 

‘The whole thing was so inhumane. It was just so messed up, they took my phone, my passport… they didn’t give a flying f****.’ 

Billie was eventually placed on a plane back to Australia and says her passport was not returned until she landed. 

Influencer and OnlyFans star Billie Beever (pictured) has shared her ‘traumatic’ experience of being deported from the United States

The model called the experience, during which she says her body was searched, ‘traumatising as f***’ and is now afraid to travel. 

‘It was honestly the most traumatic experience. I’m actually scared to go anywhere now and I absolutely will not be going back to the US’ she told Yahoo. 

Daily Mail Australia has reached out to LAX for comment. 

Billie, a former hairdresser, has been working in the adult entertainment industry since she was 18.

She now claims to be within the top 0.6 per cent of Only Fans creators worldwide, branding herself on the platform as ‘the real deal MILF’, and charges $11 per monthly subscription.

Last year, Billie candidly discussed her career on ABC’s Nude Next Door, described her journey into the industry as a gradual ‘evolution’ or ‘snowballing effect’.

She also discussed the downsides of her work, saying she’s been unfairly branded a ‘terrible person’ because of what she does for a living. 

‘I’ve always faced it. I’ve always been told no one will ever love me because of what I do,’ Billie said. 

‘I’m put into such a category of such a terrible person when I would never do wrong, I’d never steal, I’d never cheat. I have been sl*t-shamed and hurt so many times over the years.’

Billie said she plans to tell her daughter, four, about her job when she’s older.

'It was honestly the most traumatic experience. I'm actually scared to go anywhere now and I absolutely will not be going back to the US' she told Yahoo. LAX is pictured

‘It was honestly the most traumatic experience. I’m actually scared to go anywhere now and I absolutely will not be going back to the US’ she told Yahoo. LAX is pictured



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