A story inspired by true events.

Soaps.com has learned that “General Hospital’s” Haley Pullos (Port Charles’ Molly Davis) stars in the upcoming Lifetime movie “From Straight A’s to XXX,” which airs on February 11 at 8:00 PM. The movie, featured in the trailer below, is inspired by the true story of Miriam Weeks, a college freshman at Duke University who chose to become a porn star under the pseudonym of Belle Knox to pay her sizable tuition expenses without taking loans. When a male student outed her at Duke, Miriam/Belle was sent down a road of slut shaming, death threats, cyberbullying, and national media attention. The film also stars Judd Nelson (“The Breakfast Club”), Sasha Clements (“Majority Rules”) and Jessica Lu (“Awkward”).

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Weeks has since become an outspoken supporter of feminism and rights for sex workers. She supports the legalization of prostitution in the United States, and as of 2015 no longer works in the pornography industry. “Law & Order: Special Victims Unit” used Weeks’ story as the material for their episode “Pornstar’s Requiem” which aired on October 22, 2014. She also was the focus of the documentary “Becoming Belle Knox” produced by Stateless Media and Conde Nast Entertainment.

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Haley Pullos, who portrays Weeks in the film, joined “GH” in July of 2009. In 2015, Pullos was nominated for a Daytime Emmy for Outstanding Younger Actress. In a red carpet interview with Haley Pullos, the actress told Soaps.com, “I can’t even describe how I’m feeling,” in regards to her Daytime Emmy nomination.

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– Dustin Cushman