Courtney Stodden Sex Tape, ‘Courtney Uncovered,’ Released
Courtney Stodden’s sex tape, Courtney Uncovered, was released on Thursday, May 14, despite the model’s attempts to block sales of the video.
Vivid Entertainment Releases Courtney Uncovered
Stodden, best known for marrying actor Doug Hutchison at just 16-years-old, has been rumored to be getting into the adult film industry for years, but has always denied it. In 2013, Stodden insisted that she had actually turned down multiple porn offers once she turned 18, saying, “Trust me, the second I turned 18, the entire porn industry turned upside down, Vivd, all of them, I turned down a $5 million porn offer about three months ago.”
Now, two years later, Stodden’s X-rated video, Courtney Uncovered, has been released by Vivid Entertainment. The 20-year-old stars in the film solo – her husband Hutchison does not appear in the 75-minute video – and reportedly features her melting an ice cream cone between her breasts. Vivid Entertainment’s Steven Hirsch described Courtney Uncovered as “the most unique footage I’ve ever seen.”
The video is being marketed as a private, homemade tape Stodden never intended to be released. In fact, in early May, Stodden had her attorneys send a cease and desist letter to Vivid Entertainment in an effort to stop the release of the video. In the letter, attorneys state that Stodden has not given her permission for distribution. “Additionally, Ms. Stodden owns the copyright in the CS videotape and such activity would therefore constitute copyright infringement,” reads the letter. Stodden also maintained her position on Twitter, telling fans, “I’m not in agreement to release my private video.”
I’ve been in intense meetings with my attorney & im very unhappy with what has unfolded. I’m not in agreement to release my private video.
— Courtney Stodden (@CourtneyStodden) May 1, 2015
With the video now released, rumor is she was paid $10,000 for the video in addition to profits from the sales.