Jenna Jameson is a married woman.
The former porn star married girlfriend Jessi Lawless in an intimate Las Vegas ceremony on May 23, she told People magazine in an interview published Thursday.
“I found the person that I truly should have always been with,” Jameson gushed to the mag.
Clark County records, obtained by Page Six, also confirm the pair received a marriage license the day before their ceremony.
Jameson, who came out as bisexual in 2004, admitted that she only romanced men in the past because she wanted to reproduce.
“I try to go over in my mind why I ever dated or married men, and it’s selfish and bad to say, but I think my driving force were [sic] children,” the 49-year-old mom of three explained.
“And now that I’ve really found myself, I’m just accepting of everything that I feel inside and don’t shove everything down.”
Jameson shares 14-year-old fraternal twins Journey and Jesse with ex Tito Ortiz and 6-year-old daughter Batel with ex Lior Bitton. She was also previously married to Brad Armstrong and Jay Grdina.
The ex-adult film actress and Lawless, 40, tied the knot at Little Church of the West in Nevada, which is where Jameson’s parents also said “I do.”
The couple told People that they’ll celebrate with a bigger bash down the line, but are currently happy having “run and gunned it,” as Lawless described.
“Very Las Vegas,” the “Born Lawless” podcast host quipped.
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Lawless’ father walked Jameson, who previously lost the ability to stand due to a mystery illness, down the aisle, as her dad died in 2010.
They were married by a Johnny Cash impersonator, a departure from the standard Elvis Presley look-alike who often marries couples in Sin City.
Jameson and Lawless first connected over TikTok last year, but didn’t begin dating until January.
“The very second that I was in her presence, there’s something about this woman, there’s no words to describe the energy that she has, but the very second that I was in her presence, I was like, ‘Oh, f–k. This woman was made for me,’” Lawless recalled.
“Everything about her felt like home.”