Mindy McCready’s sex tape is a thing of the past and will remain that way indefinitely as her controversial video has been pulled from distribution. Vivid Entertainment, the company that put McCready’s sex tape into the stores, has also pulled the digital version from its website, according to Zap2It on Wednesday, Feb. 20, 2013.
While the tape isn't on Vivid's website, many copies still exist online. Vivid's gesture appears to be a noble one just the same, as they won't pull any revenue from the tape after removing it from public access. This was done out of respect for the dead singer after her suicide last weekend.
The sex tape is titled “Baseball Mistress,” which is making a reference to her alleged affair with the baseball great, MBL pitcher, Roger Clemens. Footage in the tape has McCready having a conversation about her alleged affair with Clemens.
McCready is with another boyfriend in the sex tape, but they have a conversation about her alleged affair with Clemens in this video. Mindy claimed she was in a 10-year relationship with Clemens, but he denied the allegations. She said she met him when she was 16, but it wasn’t until years later did the two embark on a sexual affair.
Vivid Entertainment is the same agency that is responsible for Kim Kardashian’s notorious sex tape hitting the market. The head honcho, Steve Hirsch said the video would be pulled from the shelves and he has no plan at this time to redistribute the video at a future date.
Zap2It suggests that Vivid Entertainment made “a classy move” when making the decision to pull the video off the market. It is too bad it takes a death to do this, as most of the celebrities whose sex tapes have been made available for public viewing were against their tape coming out in the first place, including McCready and Kardashian.
McCready was unaware that her sex tape was being released and fought to have it stopped, according to an article from back in 2010 from L.A Times. Pulling the tape today out of respect for Mindy now that she has died is a respectful gesture by the porn video company. Maybe the respect of not releasing the video in the first place might have been more appropriate.