The Truth Behind THAT Porn Star Shark Attack Viral Video

One expert seems to think Molly Cavalli’s “injuries” are not what they seem.

Model 'bitten by shark'
Model 'bitten by shark' Bite victim Molly Cavalli

A viral video featuring a porn star being attacked by a shark has been branded a fake by an expert diver.

Molly Cavalli went viral after she was filmed jumping into a shark cage in revealing swimwear with several lemon sharks circling nearby.

Cavalli soon comes under attack in the clip posted online, with one of the sharks seemingly leaving her with a bite on the ankle – evidence of which the adult star later shared on social media.

However, all may not be as it seems.

According to a report from RealClearLife.com, a veteran shark diver has come forward to reveal the whole thing may have been a massive publicity stunt.

Bryce Rohrer, owner of Florida Shark Diving, revealed that CamSoda approached him about filming the clip.

“[Molly] said ‘we want to do a film shoot with a few scantily-clad women diving with sharks,’ and we were kind of sceptical of even that,” Rohrer said.

“Then once we started getting the facts of what they actually wanted to do … we declined.”

Rohrer reckons Cavalli had planned the fake shark attack clip all along, in the hope the video would go viral, but that he said no as he felt the video would damage the public perception of sharks.

The adult film actress is alleged to have even texted him a picture of the fake wound, to show him how it would work and to try and convince him to work on the project.

“I know that you are shark lovers and don’t want it to be a negative thing on sharks but I just wanted to show you that it’s not some huge aggressive a bite if that makes a difference,” a portion of the text allegedly read.

Regardless of whether the clip is real or not, it’s done the trick for CamSoda and Cavalli, with over 15 million views and counting already racked up on YouTube.

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