Tori Spelling Not Selling Her Sex Tape

November 09, 2013 06:34:48 GMT

Spelling, who admits in her book that she recorded her private moment with her husband, says that the sex-tape selling reports are 'the most hurtful.'


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Tori Spelling insists that her "sex tape" is not for sale. In an interview with Access Hollywood on November 8, Spelling talked about an x-rated video she made with her husband Dean McDermott which she mentioned in her book, "Spelling It Like It Is", saying that it was actually not a full movie.

"It was a moment more than a tape... well, it's not a full movie. I call it a sex tape in the book just 'cause I'm talking," she explained. "[In the book], I'm talking about being able to trust people in this town, and what I talk about is that on Valentine's Day we did decide to make a little film, documenting our [love] just for us."

"My husband had it on our laptop at home and a friend was house-sitting that's not a friend anymore and took it, [or at least] claimed to take it," she continued. The video has not surfaced on the internet because of her lawyers' effort.

In addition to the private video, Spelling mentioned in the book that she and her husband could not afford an expensive vasectomy procedure, prompting people to speculate that she was broke and would sell the video. "Out of all the headlines that are coming out that I'm like, 'No, no, read the story, read the book. It's not what you're thinking it is!' I think that's the one that's the most hurtful," she said, referring to the reports. "I am a mom of four beautiful babies and two girls that I want to grow up and feel like strong empowered women. I would never sell a sex tape!"

The daughter of TV mogul Aaron Spelling recently made headline following the release of her new memoir. In the book, she touched several topics such as an awkward encounter with Katie Holmes and lying about losing baby weight.

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