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Meet the 43-year-old porn star pushing men to abandon 'crypto cult'

That’s one way to nail your financial goals. 

performer Cheri DeVille has plenty of money to spend these days – but tells DailyMail.com that she is astounded at the ways her male peers talk about investing.

So the 43-year-old set out to use her platform the only way she knew how: With a responsible finance-themed porno that she hopes can seduce her viewers out of cyclical crypto-babble and ‘virtual Ponzi schemes.’ All in time for Tax Day.

When the 30-minute erotic film dropped on April 18, DeVille told her followers, ‘Maybe if your man doesn’t listen to actual financial experts he might listen to p****!’   

DeVille, a former physical therapist with no formal financial training, said that she first became alarmed when she began hearing her male friends – predominantly younger men – using the word ‘investment’ in conjunction with NFTs and cryptocurrencies. 

‘I became concerned. I’m older and I’m old fashioned, but seeing my friends gamble their hard-earned money away p***ed me off.’

Cherie DeVille, 43 (left) is pictured as ‘Suze Whoreman’ in her Tax Day porno alongside actors Alison Rey (center) and Michael Vegas (right). In the film, a financially-irresponsible man blowing his paycheck on NFTs is seduced into responsible investment

When the 30-minute erotic film dropped on April 18, DeVille told her Twitter followers that ‘maybe if your man doesn’t listen to actual financial experts he might listen to p****!’

Despite her relative inexperience in financial management, she’s certainly familiar with investing her own money.  

DeVille is among the top one per cent of OnlyFans creators – and makes more than $1 million a year on her various X-rated projects, according to . 

She’s also a veteran of the adult film industry and has been performing for more than a decade, with credits on films such as ‘Cougar Sandwich’ and ‘A**ablanca,’ among others.

But DeVille says it was her attempts to talk about her money with male friends that inspired her to take action.

Cryptocurrency has one of the largest gender gaps in the financial world – more than twice as many men purchase the digital currency than women, with 16 percent of men and 7 percent of women, according to a poll conducted by CNBC and Acorn. 

And according to the American Psychological Association, men are more likely to take risks than women are.  

‘I have no problem with any type of gambling – if you’d like to go to Vegas or to invest in a beautiful piece of art, that’s fine,’ DeVille said. But she doesn’t think the recent rush toward digital assets is a good idea for long-term investment.

‘I was seeing especially my younger friends and younger colleagues at work not just using this as an investment strategy but as a primary investment strategy.’ 

Her attempts to reason men out of blowing their hard-earned income on Bored Apes and meme stocks, she said, ok google configurar mi dispositivo were always met with thoughtless deflections. 

‘If you try to gently question, a lot of the feedback I was getting was patronizing: “Educate yourself, do your research.” That was also concerning to me,’ she shared. 

‘The craziest part is that no one is even willing to engage in these dialogues, especially in the internet space, she said. 

‘They patronize and tease and demean without providing any answers or solutions or commentary other than “We’re on the island of smart and you’re on the island of dumb, we’re going to be rich, I guess you don’t get it.”‘

So DeVille, who earns among the top 0.3 per cent of one million OnlyFans creators and refers to herself as the ‘internet’s favorite stepmom,’ took a more novel educational approach.  

‘I guess I could go on talk shows as a porn star and say that “I know a lot of things about finance, listen to me,” but because of cultural stigma, that isn’t something everyone would expect. So I tried to use the cultural genre that I was immersed in to sneak in – porn.’  

‘I’m weeding my way into this male space to create dialogues, and even if a few people think, that’s a win.’

It’s not the first time DeVille has used her alluring platform raise awareness while sending pulses racing- in October, she launched a get-out-the-vote campaign cleverly called ‘Erection Season.’

DeVille earns among the top 0.3% of OnlyFans creators as the ‘internet’s favorite stepmom’

‘I’ve done a lot of advocacy,’ DeVille said. ‘People are interested in talking to porn stars so… instead of telling them what my favorite position is, I use that time for things I’m more passionate about, whether it’s sex worker rights, monetization or censorship.’

In the film, a perturbed wife, played by porn actress Alison Rey, seeks professional help after her husband, played by Michael Vegas, drained their bank account buying NFTs and ‘stupid meme stocks he saw on social media.’

In the film, a perturbed wife, played by porn actress Alison Rey (pictured), seeks professional help after her husband drained their bank account buying ‘stupid meme stocks he saw on social media’

After a googling snafu, she mistakenly calls ‘Suze Whoreman,’ played by DeVille, rather than the famous 90’s-era financial advisor Suze Orman. 

DeVille said she was not just inspired by easy segue from the icon’s name to a suggestive portmanteau, but a long-standing admiration.

‘Hot lesbian older woman, smart as h***, convinced me to start my first IRA,’ said DeVille of Orman. ‘She was a woman – especially in that decade where every financial person was definitely a white dude. Now there’s this lady spewing the truth and it spoke to me as a child.’

In a consultation with ‘Whoreman,’ who is clad in black leather bondage gear under a suit jacket, the bombshell tells the couple that her methods are ‘100 percent guaranteed – especially with irresponsible men.’

Initially, the husband is all eye-rolls and opinions – so the women take matters into their own hands. Using raunchy Pavlovian methods, DeVille and Rey ‘f***** [the man] into compliance.’  

‘Have you ever considered a Roth IRA?’ DeVille moans in one scene. ‘If you start investing now when you’re young. Oh God. You’re going to get so much by the time you retire.’  

Since the film was included on her OnlyFans account, DeVille said it has been viewed 7,000 times – and that she has received a comparable amount of feedback and praise to when she first launched her career in the adult industry in 2011

‘Now, we have a dude with a nice hard d*** watching my porn, hearing about IRAs [and] hearing about good investment strategies,’ DeVille told DailyMail.com. 

‘Maybe the next time he hears those words he’ll get hard, or feel good emotions, or some of these things that they get from these Discord groups where they’re talking about these virtual Ponzi scams.’

Since the film was included on her OnlyFans account, DeVille said it has been viewed 7,000 times – and that she has received a comparable amount of feedback and praise to when she first launched her career in the adult industry in 2011. 

‘I’ve gotten a lot of feedback, sort of like I first started porn: “thank you so much, I saw your video” – sort of like it’s some dirty investment secret,’ she said. 

The response has been so great, she said, that a sequel could be in the cards. 

So, why should men take financial advice from DeVille, a one-time physical therapist with no financial training?

‘Well, why should you take financial advice from Twitter? Why should you take financial advice from Discord? Maybe you shouldn’t take financial advice from anyone,’ DeVille quipped. 

‘Maybe this could be the impetus for you to do some actual research. I’m not some financial guru, I’m just trying to get you to think critically. And my portfolio probably looks better than theirs.’