She came in, had a ton of amateur-style scenes, a few scenes with a single well-known male performer (JMac, before she became famous), and expected the payoff to be super high? It’s porn. You gotta put the work in before you start making Nicolette Shea/Alexis Fawx/Madison Ivy money. I also find it quite humorous that she goes on a radio talk show, flips out when they mention she was a porn star and ends the interview, as if she was famous or well-known for anything else, yet does these interviews dressed the way she is. She can’t really decide which side of the fence she wants to be on, and she comes across as a bit unhinged. And as someone mentioned earlier, she wasn’t exactly that good or exciting. She could deepthroat, but looked uninterested, and one of the only scenes she’s really good in is that one with JMac, and that’s because he’s a workhorse who carries lesser performers to a watchable match...err....scene. I told you, porn is like Pro Wrestling.