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Kim’s lawyer responds to intercourse video rumors – NEWS.com.au

Kim Kardashian’s attorney has responded to allegations that there was another sex tape starring the reality star and her ex, Ray J.

Kim Kardashian’s attorney has put down rumors that there is a second sex tape with ex-boyfriend Ray J.

Ray J’s former manager Wack 100 recently said on Bootleg Kev’s podcast that he had “part two” of the infamous sex video of the KKW Beauty founder and One Wish crooner, but Kim’s attorney Marty Singer has disproved Wack’s claims as a desperate attempt to attract attention.

“The claim that there is an unpublished sex tape is clearly wrong,” said Mr Singer in a statement to Page Six on Sunday.

“It is unfortunate that people are making these statements to try and get their 15 minutes of fame.”

Wack claimed the second sextape he allegedly had in his possession was “clearer and better” than the one known to have been released.

In a bizarre twist, Wack offered it to Kim’s estranged husband, Kanye West, so that he could sell it as an NFT.

“I wouldn’t give it to anyone but Kanye,” he said. “That’s the mother of his children.”

Wack further stated that he would likely “give” the tape to either West or Ray, 40, because they are both fathers.

“We can’t put it into the world like that,” he said. “That’s disrespectful.”

Oddly enough, he didn’t offer the video to Kardashian himself.

A Ray J representative did not respond to Page Six’s request for comment.

During the Keeping Up With The Kardashians reunion, Kim attributed the show’s success to her sex tape with Ray.

“In retrospect, probably not,” admitted Kardashian, 40, when asked by host Andy Cohen if the show would have started like this without the tape.

The former couple made the tape with a handheld camcorder in Cabo to celebrate Kardashian’s 23rd birthday in 2002, and it was released by Vivid Entertainment as Kim Kardashian, Superstar, five years later.

She later confessed to taking ecstasy before filming the tape.

This article originally appeared in the New York Post and was reproduced with permission

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