Brandi Love Calls Turning Point USA 'Religious Cult' After Porn Star Banned From Event

Porn star Brandi Love labeled Turning Point USA a "religious cult" after she was banned from an event at the weekend.

The adult film star, whose political affiliations lie with the Republican party, was welcomed as a VIP guest at Turning Point USA's Student Action Summit event in Tampa Bay, Florida on Saturday, before bring turned away by Christian conservatives.

Turning Point USA (TPUSA) is a right-wing organization that advocates conservative values on high school and college campuses.

Love—whose given name is Tracey Lynn Livermore—posted photos and videos at the event before she was ejected.

"It's good to be around so many young conservatives," she said on Twitter, before she was asked to leave. "Gives me some hope!"

However, following her removal from the event, the 48-year-old took to social media to condemn TPUSA, calling the group a "Trojan horse" for organized religion.

Love responded to a comment from someone saying that they understood why a porn star was banned from the event, but criticizing their "dogma" as being "just as annoying and pernicious as that we hear from the woke bunch on the left."

Love said in reply: "It's a Trojan horse. If I had known it was going to behave and feel like a religious cult, I would have never gone. It's not a central message in their mission."

It’s a Trojan horse.

If I had known it was going to behave and feel like a religious cult, I would have never gone. It’s not a central message in their mission.

I love God, hate organized religion. https://t.co/5bLu3b9RJl

— Brandi Love ® (@brandi_love) July 19, 2021

She added: "I love God, hate organized religion."

Love also defended adult entertainment and pointed out that it's possible to be both a conservative and a porn star.

"Adult entertainment was normalized by Larry Flynt, Hugh Hefner & The Supreme Court," she tweeted. "These people saying you can't be conservative and a pornstar are simply trying to exact control over a population group."

TPUSA explained the decision to remove Love from their event, telling Newsweek on Sunday night that the move was "in keeping with its standard operating procedures to not involve porn brands, influencers, or personalities that post or publish sexually explicit and pornographic content."

Afternoon https://t.co/Q1BX7lBoYo pic.twitter.com/JoAU16KRPh

— Brandi Love ® (@brandi_love) July 18, 2021

They also said that organizers were alerted to Love's attendance by "concerned parents rightly alerted us to the extremely pornographic nature of her social media post, and event leadership immediately took the appropriate steps in keeping with the best interest of the minors present at the event."

In a statement, the group added: "The bottom line is that it is simply not appropriate for a porn star to be actively posting images at an event with 15- and 16-year-olds present in conjunction with graphic pornography."

Newsweek has reached out to representatives for Love for further comment.

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Brandi Love posted from a Turning Point USA event before being asked to leave. Brandi Love, Twitter