Mindy McCready’s Sex Tape Pulled from Distribution After Her Suicide
If you've ever wanted to see a tragically suicidal addict's sexytime, it's a tough break for you. Seems Mindy McCready's sex tape distribution is toast.
Following her death on Sunday (Feb. 17) from a self-inflicted gunshot, Vivid Video is pulling McCready's 2010 amateur sex tape from its catalog.
Vivid Entertainment told TMZ that DVD distribution of the film 'Mindy McCready: Baseball Mistress' - which features McCready not only doing the nasty with a prior boyfriend but also putting on mascara and talking about former bedmates Roger Clemens, Alan Jackson and ex-fiancee Dean Cain - will cease immediately and indefinitely.
The video was originally released in 2010 following McCready's ill-fated 'Celebrity Rehab' stint, though it's unclear when it was filmed ... and McCready insisted that she never authorized the tape's release.
Vivid's Steve Hirsch admitted that ending digital distribution of the movie would be a lot tougher because, hey, internet piracy and all -- but that all downloadable footage will be removed from the porn giant's site ASAP.
In the meantime, all you pervs will just have to make do with Kim Kardashian.