Carla Cox Launches Official Site

LOS ANGELES — Adult star Carla Cox, a popular performer from the Czech Republic, has launched her official site at

Cox, a veteran of more than 600 sex scenes in Europe and America since starting her career in 2006, created the site entirely on her own without having a big network behind her. She is embracing her new role of producer, director and owner.

"I always wanted to have my own website but I either didn't have the time, enough money or find the right people to do it with," Cox said, noting she decided to go for it after receiving a couple of award nominations earlier this year.

Cox described her content as "a mix of stylish and sophisticated images with raw, hardcore and homemade videos with a professional look."

Armed with the motto "expect the unexpected," Cox actually did her first double anal and vaginal and anal fisting scenes for the site as she fulfills her desire to push her own boundaries.

"I can finally explore my sexual limits and at the same time I'm making my fans happy. It's really a good felling and a new era in my career," she said.

Cox recently exhibited at the Venus Berlin Fair and also plans to have a booth at Eurowebtainment in Vienna, Austria in November. The starlet will then attend Sexpo in Prague in December and AEE in January in Vegas, with plans to remain in the U.S through June.

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