Life before porn
Jesse was born in Brazil on but I grew up in San Francisco. When she was ten years old, her parents got divorced and her father moved back to Brazil. She attended El Camino High School in South San Francisco, California and prior her porn career she did mainstream modeling in New York.
When she was twelve years old her church pastor molested her and when she was fifteen years old she was raped by an older man, something she didn’t dare to talk about until she was an adult. Jessie lost her virginity when she was sixteen years old to her long-term boyfriend and didn’t become promiscuous afterwards.
Rogers started her career in the adult film industry, just a few days after her eighteenth birthday in August 2011. She admitted that she simply went in for it because of the money, and when she met the agents, they told her that she would do modeling; it wasn’t until then she realized that it was a porn job, which she accepted.
She had filmed plenty of scenes that included lesbian sex, teen sex scenes, but also masturbation, threesome, hardcore sex, anal sex. In 2012, she underwent a plastic surgery to enhance her breasts, getting a D cup. That year she portrayed Emma Bunton in an adult film parody of the Spice Girls. Only one year after she started her career, Jessie retired from the industry in 2012.
Jessie has a tattoo of an eye in triangle on her left shoulder blade. She has her navel pierced and breast implants. Jessie runs her own blog, where she has stated that she didn’t like what she was doing in the industry and has described all the trouble she went through during her porn career.
She does no longer film, but fans can reach her online and watch her on her YouTube channel, including her viral video titled 6 Reasons Why You Can Still Hate The Miami Heat. Jessie also makes videos of herself playing video games like League of Legends and Call of Duty: Black Ops II.
Jessie is an advocate for mandatory condom use in pornographic films and workers’ compensation for performers shortly after their retirement. On April 24, 2013, Jessie appeared at the California State Assembly’s Labor and Employment Committee where she testified to support the AB 332, a bill that requires porn stars to use condoms in all sex scenes that are filmed in the state of California.