The adult film star who claims she had sex with embattled reality star Josh Duggar is speaking out exclusively to ET.
Danica Dillon sat down with ET for her first on-camera interview Wednesday about the two alleged sexual encounters she had with Josh. According to Dillon, she was dancing at a club in Philadelphia in mid-March when she was allegedly approached by Josh.
"I had no clue who he was," Danica told ET of their alleged first encounter. "He just looks like your average, everyday fan."
Dillon alleges that Josh introduced himself as a fan of her adult film work, and claims that he "kept approaching me through the night, saying weird things like, 'Oh you are so beautiful.'"
"I believe he had had a few drinks at the club," Dillon speculates, admitting, "I wasn't really staring at him or watching him cause my friends were there with me."
Dillon claims that Josh offered her $1,500 to have sex at the hotel she was staying at in Philadelphia at the end of the night, which she allegedly accepted. She also alleges that their liaison quickly turned aggressive once they returned to her hotel room.
"I tried to be sexy and seductive," Dillon said. "And then he was like, 'No, let's get straight to the point,' and [we] took our clothes off, took his clothes off, and he was very rough with me."
"He threw me on the bed and, in all honesty, though it was consensual it more or less felt like I was being raped," Dillon alleges.
Dillon alleges he forced her to perform oral sex on him.
"I never said no, I am going to have to reiterate that, I never told him no," Dillon told ET. "But I did push him back and push him off and say that's too rough that's too rough."
Dillon, who has acted in a number of hardcore pornography films, claims that the sexual encounter was "terrifying" despite her experience with shooting scenes featuring rough sex.
"I act in my movies all the time, I do really hardcore scenes but it is acting, you know? I don't really get slapped across the face, there's ways to make it look like you are getting hit," Dillon said. "Every hardcore scene I've ever done is it's monitored, there's people there to watch in case something happens, if there's an incident."
"As he finished what he was doing he just walked out of the room," Dillon claims. "He tossed his cash onto my dresser and just walked out."
According to Dillon, Josh allegedly approached her again at a different night club in Philadelphia a month later, and apologized for his previous behavior.
"He walked up to me and he said, 'I am so sorry for the things that I did to you, I am not that type of person,'" Dillon claims. "And I believed him, you know? It was a sincere apology. But to be honest with you I shouldn't have probably."
Dillon claims that she and Josh had sex in her hotel room again, but she was still worried that things might turn rough.
"I had my phone under the pillow with 9-1-1 already dialed in," Dillon claims.
Allegedly, Josh was "a completely different person the second time."
"Everything he had to do was like he had to be in control and had to be in power,” she says.
Despite coming forward with her allegations, first speaking with In Touch in late August, Dillon says that she never had any intention of becoming wrapped up in the scandal surrounding Josh.
"I have always been a private person, I have never wanted my face in any kind of scandal, especially this one, because I was being called a home wrecker, a whore, a horrible person," Dillon said. "I had no clue that this man was married, and I had no clue that I was going to ruin his life or his wife or hurt her, I had no intentions on doing that."
The eldest Duggar issued a statement in August admitting to being "unfaithful" to his wife Anna after he was linked to a paid Ashley Madison account. On Aug. 26, Josh’s parents Jim Bob and Michelle Duggar said in a statement that he had checked into a treatment center to seek help.
"For him it will be a long journey toward wholeness and recovery," the Duggars said in the statement. "We pray that in this he comes to complete repentance and sincere change."
ET has reached out to the Duggar family for comment numerous times and have not yet received a response.