Vivica A. Fox's manager has denied the existence of the actress' sex tape despite persistent reports on that matter.
Though talks of her sex tape scandal have been all over the gossip pages, Vivica A. Fox insisted there was no sex tape.
Reports were mounting earlier this week that Fox was involved in a sex tape scandal which saw her being filmed giving oral sex to an Atlanta man. Her alleged boyfriend unfortunately emailed the mobile phone footage to several pals.
One of those friends forwarded the e-mail to Fox, who soon thereafter sought advice from "a friend at the Atlanta Police Department," Atlanta blogger Sandra Rose wrote, adding that an Atlanta radio personality, Porsche Foxx, "confirmed that her close friend Vivica Fox appears in a controversial sex tape."
Despite all, Fox's manager, Lita Richardson, has addressed the sex tape report as "not true."
Set the record straight on that encounter, Atlanta police spokesman James Polite told the Daily News that "At this time, we have no formal complaint from Miss Fox. If it was something that was consensual, we're not looking at a crime, per se. If the [boyfriend] is trying to extort Miss Fox, that's when we begin to look at a criminal element."