Buddhist Porn Star Nong Nat: ”Praying Got Me Rich Husband”

This former porn star has revealed her secret to landing a wealthy older husband – becoming a Buddhist and PRAYING.

Nong Nat, 31, became a x-rated star after featuring in dozens of adult movies including Tokyo Hunter and Asian Heart.

She was even prosecuted over the saucy roles after cops identified her face in a haul of black-market videos in Buddhist state Thailand where pornography is illegal.

Nong Nat in a sexy pose at home in Bangkok

Nong Nat in a sexy pose at home in Bangkok

Nat with husband Harold

Nat with husband Harold

But Nong – who also used the name Nat Chanapa – quit the adult industry, became a devout Buddhist and married American millionaire architect 70-year-old Harold Jennings Nesland Jr. in 2012.

She says her Buddhist ”good deeds, meditation and praying”, landed her a husband a who gives her generous ”monthly payments”.

The busty DD cup model said: “I’ve been making merit a lot lately (doing good deeds).

”Other than receiving kindness from my husband from his monthly payments, he has also been giving me extra money, too.

”No matter how much he withdraws from the bank, he splits it with me 50/50.

”Prayers and meditation get you a good husband.”

The model, whose full name is Kejsarin Chaichalermphol, was given a six month suspended sentence and fined in 2003 after cops identified her from hardcore porn VHS tapes.

Thailand’s Buddhist-majority culture is generally conservative about sexuality, in contrast to the notorious reputation that the country has gained for prostitution, live sex shows and red-light districts.

Following controversy over her porn films, Nong quit the adult industry and devoted her life to Buddhism despite big money adult film offers.

But she still keeps fans entertained with saucy pictures of her naked in the bath, kissing girls, undressing at home – as well as shots from her domestic life such as putting on her elderly husband’s socks or having lunch.

In one picture of the having dinner with Harold she wrote: “I pay for this dinner. You don’t need to pay now, honey. Just pay me back at the end of the month.”

Nong added: ”I used to be a Christian but I’ve been a Buddhist since I was about 21 years old. Recently I’ve started doing good deeds a lot more and taking the religion so seriously.

”I visit the temple, study and have to look after my family. All my time’s taken up with donations, praying and meditating.

”Buddhism changed my mind a lot, it changed the way I lived my life. I’m a lot happier now.”

Our story on Nong Nat was used in the Daily Mirror, The Sun, Daily Star and Daily Mail

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