Vivid Entertainment, a porn studio, will not be releasing a sex tape of Mindy McCready. According to a report by TMZ, dated Feb. 19, the porn company has changed its mind about the releasing the video after the country singer's suicide on Feb. 17.
“Baseball Mistress” is a tape where Mindy McCready discusses her affair with baseball great Roger Clemons when she was a teenager. Mindy McCready had stated that she had never given permission for the sex tape to be released.
Although Vivid Entertainment will not be releasing the sex tap in video form, it is already on the Internet. Steve Hirsch, from Vivid Entertainment, stated they would remove Mindy McCready's sex tape from the Vivid website.
“They should have done that before Mindy [McCready] committed suicide,” Blair Tunston, from Oklahoma City, said. “That may have contributed to her killing herself.”
Mindy McCready was only 37 when she committed suicide. Before taking her own life, the troubled country singer shot and killed her dog. Just over a month ago, her boyfriend had died. It is believed he committed suicide. Mindy McCready's two sons had been removed from her home and placed in foster care.