The Republican Texas senator — who has heavily courted the religious right during his run for the White House — produced an 30-second spot featuring actress Amy Lindsay.
Lindsay, unbeknownst to him, is a skin-flick veteran who has appeared in such soft-core films as “Deviant Whores,” “Carnal Wishes” and “MILF.”
The NY Post reports when it found out, the Cruz camp nixed the ad, titled “Conservatives Anonymous.”
It featured actors playing a group of dismayed former Marco Rubio supporters in a therapy session, according to BuzzFeed. Lindsay played the role of a member of that support group.
Extremely disappointed the #TedCruz campaign pulled the national television spot I had a role in... @CNN @Foxnews #moretocome #myvotecounts— Amy Lindsay (@amylindsayLA) February 12, 2016
Lindsay — who said she is deciding between Cruz and Trump — told BuzzFeed that she was under the impression that the campaign knew about her previous work.