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Girl Gone Wild – The Allesandria Bargallo Story

BY Patrick Gibney

If you had a name like Allesandria Bargallo, who or what would you be? A movie star? An entertainer? A politician? A porn star? Or would you be a humble logistics contractor on Fort Liberty who works at Paddy’s on the weekends? Well, fortunately for everyone at our little Irish pub, our own Allesandria Bargallo is the latter.

A graduate of 71st High School where she ran track, 31-year-old Bargallo was born in Fayetteville into a military family. She has two older brothers and credits her resilience and strength to surviving by being “terrorized” by one of those brothers during childhood. “He would hold me down and fart in my face and things of that nature.”

In 2010, after graduating from high school, Bargallo joined the Air Force. She was stationed at Goodfellow AFB in San Angelo, Texas, a place full of “cows and tumbleweeds and a mall so small that it had carpet in it.” One memory that sticks out from her time in San Angelo was when the Girls Gone Wild porn franchise came to town. “Unfortunately, the females stationed there were ordered not to be part of the video shoot, which sucked because I love to dance naked in a cage.” – God Bless America!

After her military service ended, Bargallo moved back to Fayetteville and then on to Charlotte, where she worked in a strip club – but not as a dancer. Perish the thought! She was “only a waitress.” Her favorite part of that job was the male review on the first Friday of each month. “I was surprised how much I liked a man grinding on me. I think I was ok with it because they were all gay. I did a lot of crazy shit in Charlotte. And then I got the news that would take me back home.”

In 2020, Bargallo moved home to help take care of her mom who had been diagnosed with cancer. She considered her mother to be her best friend and cherished the time they got to spend together during this period. Her mom passed on June 19th, 2022 – Allesandria’s birthday. This profound experience left an indelible mark on Allesandria, and she is using it as inspiration to live a good life, be useful to other people, and continue to make her mom proud. “It’s so important to be appreciative, even when you’re at odds with people you love. Be big enough to make amends and try to solve problems, because the truth is, you don’t know what is going to happen tomorrow. Life is a crazy ride, and nothing is guaranteed.”

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