Blocking a Sex Tape Is Like Getting Toothpaste Back in the Tube

J.Lo in wax via Flickr

We never thought we’d say this, but we feel kind of bad for Jennifer Lopez. Apparently she made a sex tape of sorts — there was no actual sex in it — with her ex-hubby on their honeymoon back in 1997, and now he’s shopping it around. J.Lo fought to stop him, but an L.A. judge recently ruled that she had no case against him. Which means he can now sell to the highest bidder. (Rumor has it that, in lieu of sex, you see him spanking her most famous asset.) And sure, a celebrity making a sex tape and expecting it to stay private, what an idiot, right? But it’s not like this was some random drunken hookup. This was her husband. On their honeymoon.

Read the rest of this post on SUNfiltered


Say Something

2 Comments on "Blocking a Sex Tape Is Like Getting Toothpaste Back in the Tube"


Johnny
4 years 24 days ago

The world was also a safer place for sex tapes in ’97. Most video recording was still analog, and was much harder to disseminate to a billion people in 10 seconds.

ralphie
4 years 24 days ago

The money better be worth it, because what woman in her right mind would want to become involved with him after this stunt.