Presley attending the DVD Release Party for Malice in LaLaLand at Boudoir, West Hollywood, CA,
September 11, 2010.
April 1, 1987 
Chula Vista, California, U.S.
|Other names||Jenna Pressley|
|Height||5 ft 1 in (1.55 m)|
|Weight||94 lb (43 kg; 6.7 st)|
|No. of adult films||272 (excluding compilations per IAFD)|
After being raped at the age of fourteen, Presley began stripping topless in Tijuana, Mexico. She continued to strip in Tijuana almost every weekend for approximately two years while she was still underage. At age seventeen, she began receiving treatment for anorexia nervosa, which lasted nearly two years. In 2005, she graduated with honors from Hilltop High School and briefly attended Santa Barbara City College. She studied broadcasting and journalism and worked as a telemarketer.
While Presley was in college, she began stripping at the Spearmint Rhino in Santa Barbara, where she was discovered by the owners of the porn studio Astrux. She entered the adult film industry in September 2005 when she was 18 years old and did her first scene for Shane's World. While active in the business, she was credited with performing in over 275 films. In 2006, Presley tried out for the second season of Jenna's American Sex Star. She ended up making the finals where she placed second overall behind British-Asian porn actress Roxy Jezel. In October 2007, Presley announced that she was planning to shoot her final scenes with men. However, in 2008 and 2009, she was continuing to shoot scenes with men. In 2010, she was named by Maxim as one of the 12 top female stars in porn. Complex ranked her seventeenth on their list of "The Top 100 Hottest Porn Stars (Right Now)" in 2011.
While Presley was in the industry, she was engaged twice and witnessed the murder of her fiance, who was stabbed to death by a motorcycle gang.
In a 2005 interview, Presley stated that even though she was raised Jewish, she identified as an atheist. After three years in the industry, Presley's grandparents took her to The Rock Church in San Diego, where "she raised her hand to receive Jesus as her personal Lord and Savior" after hearing a sermon from The Reverend Miles McPherson. It was not until November 2012 that she left the adult film industry. In August 2013, she appeared on The View to discuss her conversion to Christianity with Craig Gross, pastor of the Triple X Church.
Presley began working in business sales and studying psychology in college. In a 2013 interview, Presley discussed a book in the making about her past struggles with drugs in the industry and about her new faith in Christianity.
Awards and nominations
|2006||FAME Award||Finalist||Favorite Rookie Starlet of the Year||N/A|
|Nightmoves Award||Won||Best New Starlet (Fan Choice)||N/A|
|XRCO Award||Nominated||Cream Dream||N/A|
|2007||AVN Award||Nominated||Best New Starlet||N/A|
|2008||AVN Award||Nominated||Best Group Sex Scene, Video (with Sasha Grey, Sierra Sinn & Mark Ashley)||Swallow My Squirt 4|
|2010||AVN Award||Nominated||Best Solo Sex Scene||Self Service|
|2012||AVN Award||Nominated||Best Solo Sex Scene||This Ain’t Two and a Half Men|
|Nominated||Best Three-Way Sex Scene (with Jayden Jaymes & Manuel Ferrara)||Party Girls|
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“I had many lonely nights when I cut on my wrists. I tried to kill myself. I spent all my paycheck on drugs.” After three years in the adult film industry, she was fed up. She placed a 911 call to her grandmother. “I need you grandma,” she said. “I’m done with this. Come and get me.” During her stay with her grandparents, they took her to the Rock Church in San Diego, led by Pastor Miles McPherson. Brittni was “bawling” through most of the sermon. In response to his invitation, she raised her hand to receive Jesus as her personal Lord and Savior. The church gave her a Bible and after she got home, she devoured Genesis. “I always wondered how we became human. Finally I had the answer and I was so excited. I couldn’t put it down.”
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