Big Brother’s Steven Daigle doing hardcore gay porn, starring in Steven Daigle XXXposed

Big Brother 10 houseguest Steven Daigle already showed the world his penis, and now he’s doing something with it for money: porn.

“I didn’t expect my life to take this path, but when I was presented with the opportunity, I dove in head first… literally,” Steven told TMZ, which printed a lamely safe-for-work photo of him and two other men (one of whom has been identified as Jeremy Bilding; Steven wrote on Twitter, replying to porn star Josh Griffin, “So glad you were the one that broke me in, LOL,” so he’s apparently in the movie, too).

The film–is porn worth of that word? or is it just a movie?–is called Steven Daigle XXXposed, and the box says, “from reality star to porn star.” He has apparently been working out since his last NSFW appearance, or someone really used Photoshop. It will be available Feb. 23, but Steven is encouraging people to pre-order it.

Chi Chi LaRue asked Steven to do porn after meeting him, who’s producing and releasing the film with Channel 1 Releasing. As Gay Porn Times reports, Chi Chi LaRue “is a Big Brother superfan and has become besties with many of the participants, among them Marcellas Reynolds (BB 3) and Chelsia Hart (BB 9).”

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