Retired high-class escort Amanda Goff aka ‘Samantha X’ reveals she has just ONE regret


Amanda Goff was once Australia’s most famous escort, known under the moniker Samantha X.

But the author and journalist has turned over a new leaf, leaving the industry that made her a household name last year.

The 48-year-old had a candid chat with her fans on Instagram this week, revealing that she has just one regret from her time as a sex worker. 

Amanda Goff (pictured) was once Australia’s most famous escort, known under the moniker Samantha X. But the author and journalist has turned over a new leaf, leaving the industry that made her a household name last year

Amanda admits that she her surgically augmented bust is too large, and she wishes she didn’t have the procedure. 

‘Although I love my boobs, I also think at times I went a bit too big and I am looking to (maybe) have them reduced at some stage,’ she said. 

‘I feel self-conscious about them sometimes and feel it’s what people only know me for. So yeah – if anything – the boobs. 

The 48-year-old says she has just one regret from her time as a sex worker - her surgically augmented bust is too large, and she wishes she didn't have the procedure

 The 48-year-old says she has just one regret from her time as a sex worker – her surgically augmented bust is too large, and she wishes she didn’t have the procedure

‘Although in true bipolar fashion, I swing between loving them and hating them.’

When asked by one curious fan if she regretted having been an escort, Amanda replied, ‘In short, no’. 

She continued: ‘Despite the controversy, judgment, stigma, consequences, I don’t regret one single decision I made, from outing myself to my books, to the media.

'Although I love my boobs, I also think at times I went a bit too big and I am looking to (maybe) have them reduced at some stage,' she said

‘Although I love my boobs, I also think at times I went a bit too big and I am looking to (maybe) have them reduced at some stage,’ she said

‘The lessons I’ve learned, the compassion, empathy, resilience & the authenticity I’m now armed with I wouldn’t change for the world.

‘I feel privileged to be a vehicle for men to open up to and honoured that I somehow help women discover their sexuality.

‘It hasn’t been easy for many reasons and I struggle a lot with guilt and shame at times, but what I’ve learnt about men, women and myself is a gift.

'I feel self-conscious about them sometimes and feel it's what people only know me for. So yeah – if anything – the boobs' she added

‘I feel self-conscious about them sometimes and feel it’s what people only know me for. So yeah – if anything – the boobs’ she added

‘I also learned that most people are hypocrites and I can sniff bulls**t out in nanoseconds.’

Last year, Amanda told Stellar Magazine that she is ‘ashamed’ of her former career and has changed her ways after being diagnosed with bipolar II disorder.

‘Now the fog has started to clear, I am ashamed of some of my choices, especially about going public,’ she said. 

When asked by one curious fan if she regretted having been an escort, Amanda replied, 'In short, no'

When asked by one curious fan if she regretted having been an escort, Amanda replied, ‘In short, no’

‘I don’t recognise the woman who did that and it’s mortifying for me.’ 

She went on: ‘I am not blaming my bipolar or saying it was all down to my bipolar at all. But would I have made those choices if I was diagnosed and medicated? Most likely I wouldn’t have been so public about it’. 

Amanda says that creating her alter ego Samantha X ‘was a way of dealing with certain trauma in my life’ and she felt she was ‘acting’ when engaging that side of herself. 

‘I felt invincible as Samantha. At the time, I had no issues with going public despite the shock from friends and family,’ she says. 

Last year, Amanda told Stellar Magazine that she is 'ashamed' of her former career and has changed her ways after being diagnosed with bipolar II disorder

 Last year, Amanda told Stellar Magazine that she is ‘ashamed’ of her former career and has changed her ways after being diagnosed with bipolar II disorder

‘It was like I couldn’t understand their concerns. I was closed off to it. I was on some kind of high, which now I understand is mania’.

Amanda has now reclaimed the ‘very traditional and conservative’ person she is at heart. 

The Sydney-based influencer was once described as the country’s highest-paid sex worker. 

Amanda has now reclaimed the 'very traditional and conservative' person she is at heart

Amanda has now reclaimed the ‘very traditional and conservative’ person she is at heart

She dropped her successful career as a journalist to embark on a controversial path that quickly garnered her an entirely new fan base. 

Amanda established herself as Australia’s most recognisable escort, writing two memoirs, creating her own lingerie label, adult toys and agency. 

She also ran an escort agency with her business partner.

In addition to taking care of the behind-the-scenes of her agency, Amanda was busy completing a Masters Degree in counselling and psychology.

She explained: 'I am not blaming my bipolar or saying it was all down to my bipolar at all. But would I have made those choices if I was diagnosed and medicated? Most likely I wouldn't have been so public about it'

She explained: ‘I am not blaming my bipolar or saying it was all down to my bipolar at all. But would I have made those choices if I was diagnosed and medicated? Most likely I wouldn’t have been so public about it’



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