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Nazi Sympathizer Tila Tequila Is Releasing A Sex Tape
Tila Tequila, reality TV star and parallel universe creator, has a new sex tape coming out.Vivid Entertainment says they obtained hardcore footage of Tila having sex with a man, and they plan to release the tape just in time for the holidays, according to TMZ. Tila hasn't confirmed whether she gave a thumbs-up to the tape's distribution, but this isn't her first sex tape: Vivid released a tape of Tila's tryst with two ladies in 2011.
By Vivid Entertainment standards, the timing is perfect. Most of the internet hadn't given much thought to Ms. Tequila recently until last week when we all read her Facebook posts extolling the virtues of the Nazis, and her far-out theories about the deaths of Elisa Lam and Paul Walker (and who knows if that's just a lucky coincidence?). Given the reality star's troubles with multiple personalities and bipolar disorder, it feels exploitative but that's how Vivid seems to roll.
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