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Gigi (Dog)

Breed: Chihuahua

Lana Rhoades experienced a dispute involving her dog, Gigi, and a dog sitter, leading to an online campaign to retrieve her pet. The situation escalated to Barstool Sports in 2018, as friends and fans rallied online to assist Lana in getting Gigi back[1].

Second Dog (Dog)

Lana Rhoades has shared her challenges in finding joy as a new mother, particularly highlighting the tension caused by her dogs’ aggressive behavior near her newborn, Milo, whom she welcomed in January after a challenging birth. Embracing single motherhood without disclosing the father’s identity, Rhoades faced additional stress from her pets’ disruptive actions around her baby. Acknowledging the potential for criticism, she made the difficult decision to re-home her dogs, prioritizing her child’s safety in an environment that had become perilously chaotic due to the mix of a new baby and the pets’ unrest[2].

Lana Rhoades

Lana Rhoades Pets


September 6, 1996 (27)

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Lana Rhoades, an American podcast co-host, social media influencer, and former adult film star, has gained recognition for her appearances in notable magazines such as Hustler, Penthouse, and Playboy. Inspired by the glamour of models on “The Girls Next Door” at a young age, she aspired to follow in the footsteps of Anna Nicole Smith. Rhoades entered the adult film industry at 19 in 2016 but left by the end of 2017, later speaking out against industry exploitation and mistreatment. Her departure followed a dispute with a co-star and a subsequent split from her representing agency, LA Direct Models.

In 2019, Rhoades was the most searched actress on P0rnhub, with 345 million views, and by 2020, she transitioned to a role as a marketing consultant for Brazzers, further establishing her footprint outside traditional adult film roles. She was featured on the cover of Playboy, shot by Ellen von Unwerth, and delved into the cryptocurrency space with PAWGcoin, followed by launching an NFT image project in 2022. Despite the project’s initial success, Rhoades faced criticism for withdrawing significant funds shortly after its launch, raising questions about her commitment to the venture.