Maitland Ward blasts Billie Eilish over her porn criticism

Maitland Ward is blasting Billie Eilish’s parents after the pop star revealed she started watching hardcore porn at the age of 11.

Ward — who first shot to fame in the 90s sitcom “Boy Meets World” before pivoting to a porn career in 2019 — hit out at Eilish’s elders, accusing them of “abuse” in an interview with TMZ on Tuesday.

“Why was she watching violent porn at age 11? Who was watching over her? Like does she have parental figures in her life?” Ward, 44, raged.

“She should be blaming her parents. That’s abuse. A child should not be watching porn ever at that age.”

Eilish hit headlines earlier this month after telling Howard Stern that porn “destroyed her brain” after she became hooked on X-rated movies while still in elementary school.

“As a woman, I think porn is a disgrace,” Eilish, now 19, told Stern. “I used to watch a lot of porn, to be honest.”

“I think it really destroyed my brain and I feel incredibly devastated that I was exposed to so much porn… It got to a point where I couldn’t watch anything else unless it was violent, I didn’t think it was attractive,” she further confessed.

From “Boy Meets World” to girl-on-girl: Ward joined the adult entertainment industry in 2019, and defended her craft in a new interview with TMZ.
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Ward said Eilish’s comments are “very detrimental” to the porn industry, and she disagreed with the singer’s remarks.

“Porn isn’t something that’s supposed to be sex education for people,” Ward stated. “It’s entertainment for adults and that’s what we do. Also I think she’s too young to make that kind of assessment about porn, sex and everything.”

Ward said she believes that “adults still enjoy” porn.

Wards says porn is not supposed to "sex education for children," and has lambasted Eilish's parents.
Wards says porn is not supposed to “sex education for children,” and has lambasted Eilish’s parents.
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The sitcom star-cum-adult entertainer made the remarks just three weeks after exclusively dishing details about her forthcoming autobiography to The Post.

Maitland’s memoir —“Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood” — details how she went from “Boys Meets World” to girl-on-girl and an array of other raunchy porn scenarios.

“All the behind-the-scenes info and salacious tales are here,” she told The Post. “I hold nothing back.”

Maitland Ward's memoir, “Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood,” will hit bookstores on July 5, 2022.
Ward’s memoir, “Rated X: How Porn Liberated Me from Hollywood,” will hit bookstores on July 5, 2022.
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“I have a lot of ‘Boy Meets World’ fans who have followed me all the way through my metamorphosis,” she added calling them “a loving and supportive force.”

Ward said she’s hoping her memoir will give followers — and those unfamiliar with her unlikely journey — a deeper look into what makes her so titillating, in every sense of the word.

It hits bookstores on July 5, 2022.