Courtney Stodden Sex Tape

Courtney Stodden Tape Coming Soon: Teen Bride’s Sex Tape In The Name Of Charity?

The latest news about Courtney Stodden’s sex tape rumors may not be all that surprising: the former teen bride is reportedly in the porn business. According to a report via TMZ, Stodden succumbed to pressure and sold her tape rights to Vivid Entertainment. But there’s a twist: Courtney says she’s donating all of her fee — all $1 million of it — to a charity of her choice.

After rounds of negotiation, the 20-year-old socialite shopped her tape to the adult film company, and later got a sudden case of cold feet. Allegedly, Courtney Stodden had her lawyer draw up a letter to request said tape back in an effort to withdraw permission to distribute it. Language within the letter threatened legal action should the company move forward with sales of the tape.

“I want my tape back and Mr. Hirsch needs to respond to my attorney’s demand letter to return it to me immediately. My private video’s not for sale. I don’t need the million dollars.”

But over the weekend, Stodden had a change of heart. She then signed her legal rights over to the company, that will release Stodden’s sex video at some point in the future. The Superficial assailed Courtney and accused her of faking the funk about the tape, if you will. It sounded like the gossip site has her name and number.

“Keep in mind, Courtney Stodden just lied her face off because as TMZ pointed out, and everyone knows thanks to Kim Kardashian’s $5 million deal, these things don’t get released without a signature. So, yes, let’s believe Courtney Stodden’s going to donate her “fee” – not profits – to charity and won’t make a dime off of this deal.”

In 2013, Inquisitr reported on the latest developments with Courtney. And yes, it involved a sex tape. Then, Stodden admitted to having a sex tape, but it was for her eyes-only, and not for commercial use.

Although she’s willing to pose nude for a zombie magazine, she credits her mother for keeping her away from the road many women have taken by either posing for Playboy or pursuing fame by way of promoting voyeurism and pornography. Out of respect for her mom, Courtney even passed up a lucrative offer from an adult film site to the tune of $5 million.

“I let her do what was in her. I did not put my foot down and say you will not do this. I do not want to ever see her do pornography. I would be heartbroken and so upset. A lot of beautiful women have participated and posed for Playboy, very respectable, high-class, gorgeous women.”

It remains to be seen if a Courtney Stodden tape will be marketed for sale at some point. If it does, the aspiring model joins the pantheon of those before her, like Kim Kardashian, Farrah Abraham, and others. But they didn’t do it pro-bono.

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