Adult Film Star Melissa Stratton Blasts ‘Hot Ones’ Host Sean Evans For Breaking Up With Her

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Adult film entertainer Melissa Stratton has called out her ex, "Hot Ones" host Sean Evans, after the YouTuber broke up with her on Valentine's Day.

The duo were confirmed to be dating after Stratton flaunted images of them from the Super Bowl weekend. According to reports, Evans called it quits on the relationship due to the "media attention" it received.

Melissa Stratton Hits Back At Ex Sean Evans For Breaking Up On Valentine's Day

'Hot Ones' Host Sean Evans Allegedly Dating Adult Film Star Melissa Stratton
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After going public with their relationship at the Super Bowl, adult film star Melissa Stratton expressed dismay over her sudden Valentine's Day breakup with "Hot Ones" host Sean Evans.

Evans, 37, reportedly ended their relationship on Valentine's Day over the phone, citing "media attention." While Stratton felt blindsided by the sudden split as they had a "genuine spark," she also questioned the actual reason behind the breakup, as she claimed the YouTuber initially approved of their public photos from the Super Bowl.

Taking to social media, she hinted at Evans' alleged distaste for her profession, insinuating that their split was due to his dislike of adult content.

"Don't try to date a [p--- star] if you actually hate [p---]..." she posted on X, per Page Six, along with a link to an article about their breakup.

The Pair Were Seen At The Super Bowl

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Evans initially invited her to the Super Bowl and also included her in other public events in Las Vegas before the game. According to a source who spoke to TMZ, "Sean was fine with Melissa posting photos of them from their Super Bowl adventures in Las Vegas... another reason she was caught off guard here."

On her secondary Instagram account, @mstrattonx, Stratton follows the "Hot Ones" host, sharing captions like "The hottest" and "In great company" alongside their Super Bowl photos.

However, Evans didn't share images of them together, but Stratton was seen smiling behind him and Zed in a photo at a Las Vegas nightclub.

Despite feeling saddened by the split, Stratton suspected that Evans might have felt "pressure from his side" after their relationship became public.

Melissa Stratton Shades Her Ex-Boyfriend

Despite being sad about the split, Stratton responded to the breakup with a TikTok video featuring fellow p--- star Johnny Sins, captioned "It's ok I've got a better bald man to get spicy with @mosttalentedbaldman," which is now gaining traction on Instagram.

In the comments, Instagram users expressed surprise at the breakup, with one admitting they had only learned of the relationship "an hour ago."

Others questioned the reason for the split, speculating on possible factors. One user suggested it's "cause he's seen Every man alive break her back in 4K, maybe, idk."

Another added: "I don't think any guy has ever had a more clear confirmation that he did the right thing ever."

One fan questioned why only women face stigma for the profession, noting, "Why are only women shamed for doing p---? Or being sexually active? Never seen the same outrage for male pornstars or male OF creators, which are literally 40%!!"

Experts Condemn People Bullying Melissa Stratton After Sean Evans Breakup

'Hot Ones' Host Sean Evans Allegedly Dating Adult Film Star Melissa Stratton
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Following their breakup, experts in s-- and sociology condemned the derogatory remarks circulating online, particularly those targeting Stratton's profession. They argue that such comments reflect societal attitudes towards s-- and perpetuate judgment against s-- workers and their associates.

According to USA Today, Debby Herbenick, a professor at Indiana University and the author of "Yes Your Kid: What Parents Need to Know About Today's Teens and S--," urges greater empathy and kindness in social interactions, emphasizing that "We should all be more mindful about how we treat other people – especially if we are trying to model kindness and the Golden Rule to our families."

Jill McCracken, a professor at the University of South Florida, emphasizes the humanity of s-- workers, noting that "S-- workers are whole people. They date. They do regular things."

"Our society has such a tendency to focus on s--, and, especially when we think about s-- work and the exchange of money for something sexual, I think that we have a tendency, of course, to stigmatize it and also to just emphasize that over everything else," she added.