Pictured as her fans could never have imagined, the bald-headed porn star battling cancer at the age of 30
Friends rallying round to raise funds for brave Hollie StevensDeveloped breast cancer last Spring and it has spread to bones and liver

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15:38 GMT, 29 March 2012

Friends and fans of an adult movie star who is suffering from an aggressive form of breast cancer have donated thousands of pounds to help her out.

Hollie Stevens, 30, from San Francisco, developed breast cancer in Spring last year and after undergoing several months of chemotherapy she had to have a mastectomy to remove her left breast.

According to an appeal entry on the giveforward.com donation website Ms Stevens' insurance covers her medical bills, but wellwishers are asked to donate money to help cover her day to day costs while she is unable to work.

So far more than $14,000 has been given to help the cancer-stricken star as she continues her battle against the disease.

Fighter: Friends have rallied round to help adult movie star Hollie Stevens as she battles breast cancer

Fighter: Friends have rallied round to help adult movie star Hollie Stevens as she battles breast cancer

In December 2011 the cancer was found to have spread to Ms Stevens' bones.

On-screen: Fans of the porn star are being encouraged to donate money to help ms Stevens pay for her day to day living expenses as she undergoes treatment

On-screen: Fans of the porn star are being encouraged to donate money to
help pay for her day to day living expenses as she undergoes
treatment

This month a spot was
identified in the actor's leg and she is scheduled to have a surgical
operation on April 2 where her leg and hip will be operated on in an
attempt to strengthen the affected area.

Cancerous cells have also just been found in her liver and several new tumours are have been discovered on and near the initial site.

There have been several rounds of fundraising for the actor and the latest drive, which runs until April 6, has so far seen a total of $10,643 raised towards the $15,000 target.

Among those heading the
fundraising campaign is U.S. dominatrix January Seraph who has come up with her own unique way of raising cash.

Living life: The 30-year-old is showing her fighting spirit despite her breast cancer spreading to her bones and liver

Living life: The 30-year-old is showing her fighting spirit despite her breast cancer spreading to her bones and liver, pictured here undergoing chemotherapy in summer last year

Pals: More than $14,000 has been raised for the cancer-stricken adult movie star, seen here lying across two friends, as she battles to beat the disease

Pals: More than $14,000 has been raised for the cancer-stricken adult
movie star, seen here lying across two friends at her birthday party

The bondage queen is asking
clients to donate money in return for extra time in sessions with her.

On her own blog site
'missjanuary.com' Ms Seraph is offering to provide half an hour extra
bondage time to any client who makes a donation of $50 (30) towards The
Hollie Stevens Medical Fund.

Taking control: Fetish performer January will get kinky for a good cause with bondage and sadomasochism sessions in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City

Taking control: Fetish performer January will get kinky for a good cause with bondage and sadomasochism sessions in Los Angeles, San Francisco and New York City

Ms Seraph, who works out of San Francisco and Los Angeles, said: 'Let me know when booking your session that you’d like to take advantage of this offer.

'Then, bring in a copy of your
receipt from GiveForward.com showing the amount you’ve contributed to
our session and voila! you’ll receive an extra 30 minutes of kinky
playtime with Me.'

In July 2011, she said she was
encouraging people to help Hollie out because her friend would never
take the initiative.

She said: 'She's
too proud to ask for help herself, so myself and her other great
friends are being pushy and helping her out whether she likes it or not.'

'Show Hollie that she's loved and appreciated in her time of need. Because no one should feel alone when they are ill.'