Maria Ozawa has sworn off Uber after accusing one of the drivers of the ride sharing app of stalking her.
The former adult film star shared on Facebook this Thursday that she was done, posting a text message she received from a certain "Ben" asking her about the "things she likes."
Ozawa, who now runs a bar in Manila, said that "Ben" told her that he got her number from an Uber driver. She was later informed that "Ben" and the Uber driver are the same person.
Ozawa has since deleted her initial post at the request of Uber, who has promised action against "Ben."
"Unbelievable," she wrote as she gave her followers an update on the incident. "If people are registered or working as a professional driver they should never bring out their personal emotions."
She also threatened to sue Uber should it happen again before swearing off the company.
Ozawa is known for starring in several adult films in Japan.
She has been living in the Philippines for years now and has even found herself a Filipino boyfriend.
According to Ozawa, this was not the first time she had unpleasant encounters with transport network vehicle (TNV) drivers, including those from Uber's rival, Grab.
She shared that she experienced similar incidents in the past, despite her efforts to change her name whenever she books cars.