In addition to the bid he made to Kate Middleton's younger sister, Vivid Entertainment founder Steven Hirsch has reportedly offered her brother James a million dollar for appearing in another scene.
Less than a week after photos of her partying in bra surfaced, Pippa Middleton has got a lucrative bid to star in a porn movie. TMZ reported that Vivid Entertainment founder/co-chairman Steven Hirsch sent a letter to the younger sister of Kate Middleton, offering her $5 million for "just one explicit scene".
"As far as I was concerned, you were the star of the recent Royal Wedding," an excerpt from the May 6 letter read. "As I watched a broadcast of the event, I couldn't help but think that with your beauty and attitude, you could be an enormously successful adult star. This week, after seeing photos of you having a great time at a party, I decided to offer you a role in one of our upcoming movies."
Steven further noted that 27-year-old Pippa would have her "choice of partners". Additionally, the Vivid chief offered another $1 million to her brother, James, for doing a scene as well. "If you would like to bring your brother James along, he could appear in a separate scene for $1-million," so he allegedly wrote.
Back in early May, Pippa made headlines when risque images of her leaked out. One of the pictures captures her dancing with a half-naked man while wearing only a lavender bra and a short white skirt. Another one uncovers her donning a skimpy white dress while being surrounded by several bottles of booze.
Pippa's family believe that the photos were taken by her friends and were sold for substantial amount of money to photographic agencies. A friend of the family said, "The whole family is furious at what they see as a betrayal." It was reported that the Middletons have succeeded in stopping the circulation of the photos by putting the pressure on photographers who own the copyright.
John Camarillo of Zuma Press, an American picture agency, said, "The images were withdrawn from the entire market. They were only on the market for a few days. They got too popular and that's why they were withdrawn."