Add Tori Spelling to the list of Hollywood celebrities who have a sex tape. When will stars learn to keep the cameras off in the bedroom?
Tori Spelling has come out this week with guns blazing to promote her new book Spelling It Like It Is. Not only has she revealed that her family is broke, the former 90210 star also admitted that she lied about losing her baby weight.
If that wasn’t enough, Spelling confirmed that she and husband Dean McDermott have a sex tape. According to her new memoir, the 40-year-old actress wrote about their videotaped encounter that occurred on Valentine’s Day in 2009.
She revealed, “Dean said, ‘We should tape ourselves having sex.’ He had a little portable tripod, and he set up his video camera on it. Afterward, I checked my angles and they were good, so I allowed him to keep it.”
Unfortunately, her husband left it on this computer “without password protection” and their privacy was breached by a biker friend of McDermott’s who took a copy for himself. The former pal decided to shop the tape around approximately two years later.
“I was horrified,” wrote Spelling.
The couple sent a cease and desist letter which seemed to stop the issue for the moment.
However, according to RadarOnline, that tape is making the rounds again. In fact, the couple received a serious offer from Vivid Entertainment president Steve Hirsch, who would love to acquire the footage.
Hirsch told TMZ he wrote to the former teen star and her 46-year-old husband stating that he would like to make a “substantial offer” to the couple.
“This is a serious offer for a real tape and it could yield significant returns to help you through your difficult financial situation,” said the porn king.
Will the couple even consider such an offer? If they want to get out of their financial situation, this is one route to take.
Remember, Teen Mom Farrah Abraham made nearly $1 million for her porn tape with James Deen from Vivid Entertainment. It’s doubtful that Spelling will take him up on the offer, though, since she just finished shooting a pilot for ABC Family with Jennie Garth.
Family-friendly fare and porn are definitely at opposite ends of the entertainment spectrum.