Charlie Sheen's ex Bree Olson gives tearful interview on life after porn and warns girls 'don't do it' Former porn star Bree Olson has issued a tearful plea to young women keen to pursue a career in the adult film industry - telling them "don't do it". The ex girlfriend of actor Charlie Sheen has given a powerful and earnest interview for YouTube miniseries, Real Women Real Stories . Having got into the porn industry aged just 19, Bree once commanded a salary of between $30,000 and $60,000 a month, or £42,000. She quit aged 25 but says her six-year career has badly affected her chances of leading the normal life she so desperately craves. In the black and white film, Bree says: "When I go out, I feel as if I'm wearing "slut" across my forehead. "The names that people have called me - it's as if you could take out those names and print them and put a ribbon around my whole body of all the names and things that people say to me on the internet - that's how I feel when I walk outside the door. Matan Uziel Former porn star Bree Olson gives a candid interview about life after porn "There are days to weeks at a time when I don't leave my house because I don't feel like facing the world of what has been created out there for me. "It's really easier for me to just stay inside my house and not put myself out there for hurt. "People treat me as if I'm a paedophile. They don't treat me like an ex-sex worker. They treat me like I would somehow be damaging to children." Bree discusses the problems she has encountered while trying to break into mainstream acting, saying they're all a result of her past. Matan Uziel Bree Olson breaks down after being asked how she would like to be treated by people And she breaks down in tears when asked a simple question: how would she like to be treated? "Oh my Gosh I'd never even thought about that. That is so simple," she weeps. "I wish people would treat me how they would treat a married register nurse with 2.5 kids in Indiana. That's how I wish people would treat me. "I would be so happy. But it will never happen. That's why I probably don't think about it." The clip ends with Bree telling young girls considering a career in pornography: "Don't do porn. "As much as I understand you want to embrace your sexuality, you wanna say "screw the man, I can do whatever I want with my body", you're going to have a life of crap in front of you. "Companies are allowed to turn you down for work. They have morality clauses. Splash News Bree is the former girlfriend of Charlie Sheen "You can never work with children after you do porn. You can never work in a medical field after you do porn. These are things teenage girls don't think about. "You think it's fun, you're making money and that's the truth. It is and there's nothing wrong with porn. "But how people treat you for the rest of your life, it's not worth it." The interview was conducted by New York-based director and producer Matan Uziel, as part of his new series Real Women Real Stories. The actor's former girlfriend opens up about how a decision to become a porn star at the age of 19 has had unexpected, devastating consequences " data-facebook-label="facebook" data-facebook-title="Bree Olson's stark warning to aspiring porn stars" data-facebook-contentimageurl="http://i1.mirror.co.uk/incoming/article7629303.ece/ALTERNATES/s1200/Charlie-Sheens-ex-Bree-Olson.jpg" data-facebook-url="http://www.mirror.co.uk/news/world-news/charlie-sheens-ex-bree-olson-7629445" data-twitter-description=" The actor's former girlfriend opens up about how a decision to become a porn star at the age of 19 has had unexpected, devastating consequences In a piece for the Huffington Post, the Isreali-born filmmaker explained the concept behind the series. He wrote: "I for one believe that women are equal to men. At home in Israel, that makes me a rare breed. My friends consider women an object of pleasure. "I find it very disturbing and even primitive, and I wanted to tackle this by elevating women’s voices. "Men must take a stand in this fight because we created inequality. We must support and encourage women to begin to speak up and speak out about the destructive impact women’s issues have on themselves, their families, and our communities. We have to work hard on education."