News: Kim K's $30 Million Second Sex Tape Cut Up
Friday, Nov 2, 2012 9:32AM
Adult film company Vivid Entertainment has stepped up to address reports of a potential $30 million additional Kim Kardashian and Ray J sex tape getting shopped around.
According to the company, there is no follow-up to 2007's Kim Kardashian, Superstar video.
There is NO new Kim Kardashian sex tape being shopped around the porn community -- in fact, a XXX sequel doesn't even exist ... this according to Vivid Entertainment. Of course, Vivid would know ... besides being the biggest name in porn, it also owns the copyright to the original Kim K sex tape. Now, Vivid honcho Steve Hirsch tells us ... the company has been investigating the rumors of a 2nd tape ... and has determined that it's total BS. "We've already spoken to the third party that brought the first tape to us," Hirsch says ... "and, a second tape, or additional footage from the first tape isn't being shopped around or even exists." Hirsch also warns that if anyone is trying to resell footage that already belongs to him ... he will "use all legal means possible to protect our ownership." (TMZ)
Earlier this week, reports popped up across the Internet over a possible pricey Kim K sex tape existing.
Maybe it was wishful thinking -- but the Internet went crazy on Tuesday with rumors that there's a second sex tape featuring Kim Kardashian and R & B singer Ray J. The Daily Star, which is not a reliable London tabloid, reports the tape is on the market for over $30 million. "It's definitely Kim in the video," a source told the paper. "And it's even raunchier than her last one. There are all kinds of eye-popping moments." The only thing eye-popping about this story is the headline. Kim's rep tells RumorFix, "It doesn't exist." (RumorFix)
Despite the claim, Kim's camp quickly fired back to dismantle the speculation.
The Daily Star quotes a source as saying: "It's definitely Kim in the video. And it's even raunchier than her last one. "There are all kinds of eye-popping moments... Kim fears this will damage her relationship with Kanye West." However, a representative for Kardashian has since told Gossip Cop: "This story couldn't be further from the truth. This tape doesn't exist." Kardashian's mother Kris Jenner recently denied accusations that she was responsible for the sale of the 32-year-old's sex tape in 2007. (Digital Spy)
Kim and current boyfriend Kanye West both got accused of starring in their own x-rated private video a few weeks back.
In what is shaping up to be one of the biggest scandals of all time, an insider claims it was Kim Kardashian , not Mony Monn, who appears in the leaked Kanye West sextape. Our source, who wishes to remain anonymous, claims Kim Kardashian and Kanye West were blindsided by the leaked sextape and quickly tried to cover-up Kim's identity by claiming Mony Monn was the "leading lady." Outside of the obvious, why would they be so concerned about this particular sextape? The answer is simple: millions and millions of dollars. (Examiner)