ALL DOLLED UP Meet Japanese porn star Asa Akira who inspired the world’s most expensive sex robot EVER – and she’d even romp with it herself
California-based firm is pioneering the next generation of sex dolls which are based on adult actress’ flawless bodies
By Patrick Knox
The Jessica Drake, Asa Akira, and Stormy Daniels, from left to right, RealDolls on display at the 2AVN Expo
A NEW sex doll has been created by replicating the body of a well-known Japanese porn star.
The ultra-realistic Wicked Real Doll is based on the adult actress Asa Akira and will be the most expensive on the market, according to reports.
The Asa Akira sex doll which has been made by Abyss Real Doll
Manufacturers Abyss Creations has made an exact replica of the porn star’s shapely body to make their customers’ experience even more immersive, reports Daily Star Online.
The California-based firm is pioneering the next generation of sex dolls which will be “hyper-realistic”.
It will boast never seen before features to maximise pleasure.
This includes built-in heaters for that body-heat feel and sensors that respond to touch.
The latest model is based on the popular Japanese-American actress who has 711,000 Twitter followers that lap up her stunning pictures.
She has starred in Suicide Squad XXX and the Empire Strikes Back XXX.
The sex doll will cost $5,000.
Speaking to the Daily Dot, Akira said: “She’s a little bit smaller than me so, what, like 75 pounds? Well, a lot less.
“But I’m scared she’s better than me?”
Ask if she would sleep with a sex doll, she said: “Hell, yeah.”
Apparently the bot is to be used in an up-and-coming adult film.
A top researcher in the area has revealed he believes the arrival of sex robots that are not simply passive partners will have a profound effect on human sexual behaviour.
Earlier this year it was revealed teens could soon be losing their virginity to sex bots.
The idea of human/robot relationships has been at the forefront of science fiction for years with it acknowledged in genre classics like Blade Runner.
It was reported today that Facebook shut down an artificial intelligence experiment after two robots began talking in a language only they understood.
The “chatbots” Alice and Bob modified English to make it easier for them to communicate — creating sentences that were gibberish to watching scientists.