A few years ago, there was a buzz about the idea of building a monument to Sasha Gray in Polish city Radom. The matter fell silent as quickly as it appeared. However, the topic has returned now, when Sasha Gray was asked about the monument in Radom during a broadcast.
On 9 August 2012, in reaction to the presentation of the project of a sculpture of the Polish President and First Lady who died in an aeroplane accident, a bunch of internauts formed a group called ‘Committee for the construction of a monument to Sasha Grey in Radom‘. Their aim was: ‘We want this distinguished actress for the youth of our city to know how much we thank her and how important she is for all teenagers’. As it turned out, there were many supporters of this idea. After a few days the number of people who joined the group reached over 10 thousand.
Despite the fact that the founders of the committee wrote that: `although we are keen on making the front pages of national news portals, we express the hope that our initiative, which is an outlet for our fantasies and a concern for the good name of our city, will end with a finale as spectacular as the films in which our muse starred’. Unfortunately, the monument to one of the greatest stars of adult films did not come into being.
Yesterday, during a broadcast on the Twitch platform, Sasha Gray was asked if she had heard about the idea of building a monument in Radom. With a smile on her lips, the actress briefly replied that she had. Below is a video of her reaction to the question:
Sasha Gray is a former porn star. Although she was born in the United States, Polish blood runs in her veins. Her debut in the film ‘The Fashionistatas 2‘ immediately brought her to the spotlight and noted her potential to become a big star. Despite her innocent appearance, Sasha was very brave in front of the camera, and her lack of inhibition made her repeatedly awarded with various awards and prizes. In 2011, she announced the end of her career in the porn industry.