Tons of people have paid for the right to watch Kim Kardashian and R&B singer Ray J have sex. It's what kicked her career into high gear and made her a star on reality TV. Well, that, and the delicious booty. But now what with her marriage to NBA player Kris Humphries, people are concerned that the flick just isn't the right image for the sexy star. So concerned, in fact, that someone's trying to buy the pornographic video and have it removed from the Internet. So far, that someone has asked to remain anonymous.
Oh come on! That's just begging pirates to make sure the film is everywhere.
“Recently, I was approached by a private party who asked us to look into the possibility of acquiring all rights (and copies) of the Vivid 'Kim Kardashian Sex Tape,’ ” Nashville attorney Adam Dread wrote to Vivid Entertainment in a letter obtained by CNN.
Steven Hirsch, CEO of Vivid Entertainment, has yet to respond to the offer. It's a mighty big decision. Apparently the video has brought in an insane amount of business since Kardashian's wedding.