Ames, who had appeared in more than 270 films, said that medical testing was different for gay porn to straight porn, which is why she didn't want to take part.
Ames then discussed her current struggles with depression, talking about her need to find a "good f-cking therapist", and how hard it had been for her.
"I don't have anything to apologise for!" Apologizing for taking extra steps to [ensure] that my body stays safe? Would you say this about a girl who has done gay porn? I f-- love the gay community! What the f*** ever! #LAdirect I do my homework for my body'. "No hate", she tweeted.
Her final tweet was posted at midnight on December 5 in which she wrote "fuck y'all".
She was married to adult film director Kevin Moore, who confirmed the news of her death.
Brazzers, a pornography production based in Montreal in Canada, announced they would postpone a previously planned scene featuring Ames.
Brazzers, a porn website, tweeted its condolences to Ames' friends and family, saying it would postpone the release of a video with Ames that was scheduled for Wednesday night.
"The scene will be posted at a more appropriate time, as we come to terms with this devastating loss".
Anna Lee, a film writer, producer and director, said: "August Ames - one of the first women I had the pleasure of shooting and a handsome Canadian".
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In addition to asking for donations, Burckart said the stores also have a bin at the front of the store where toys can be donated. Just drop off any new, unwrapped toys for kids ages 0-14, and in exchange, the restaurant will give you $30 worth of coupons.
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