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Jenna Jameson Marries Conservative TikToker Jessi Lawless

Jenna Jameson Marries TikToker Jessi Lawless

Jenna Jameson, Jessi Lawless
@jennailluminated/Instagram, @jessi_lawless/Instagram

Jameson last made waves for pushing QAnon conspiracy theories.

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Jenna Jameson is a married woman once again.

The former adult film star announced her marriage to TikToker Jessi Lawless on Thursday, sharing pictures from their Las Vegas ceremony with People.

“I proposed to Jenna two months ago,” Lawless said. “We were laying in bed and we were just talking, and I had the ring, and I’d had the ring for a minute… I got down on one knee and I told her that she was the most incredible woman that I’d ever encountered and I could think of nothing better than for her to be my wife.”

The two tied the knot on May 23 at Little Church of the West, where Jameson’s parents were married. They had initially met online last year when Jameson started commenting on Lawless’s videos, and started dating in January after Lawless’s relationship at the time had come to an end.

Jameson previously married porn director Brad Armstrong in 1996, though they separated after just 10 weeks, and was later married former porn actor Jay Grdina from 2003 to 2006. She also has two sons with QAnon supporter ex Tito Ortiz and a daughter with Lior Bitton.

Children, she says, were likely the “driving force” behind her primarily having relationships with men over the years. Although she initially came out as bisexual in 2004, she started identifying as heterosexual just a few years later.

“Now that I’ve really found myself, I’m just accepting of everything that I feel inside and don't shove everything down,” she told People, adding of Lawless, “I’ve found the person that I truly should have always been with.”

And the two already seem like a great match — Jameson made waves throughout the last several years for falling into the QAnon rabbit hole, whereas Lawless has repeatedly made posts on social media opposing Pride month on the basis that she does not believe LGBTQ+ people are oppressed or discriminated against in modern times.

“I wake up in the morning and I’m just a regular fucking human, and then I go do regular human shit. And none of it involves rainbow flags,” she said in a recent video. “My pride flag’s still red, white, and blue.”

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Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.

Rachel Kiley is presumably a writer and definitely not a terminator. She can usually be found crying over queerbaiting in the Pitch Perfect franchise or on Twitter, if not both.