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Sales of Mindy McCready's Sex Tape Halted by Vivid Entertainment
In the wake of country music singer Mindy McCready's apparent suicide, Vivid Entertainment has done the classy thing and halted sales of McCready's sex tape, the distribution of which the singer never authorized in the first place.
TMZ reports that the tape, called "Baseball Mistress," is off the market indefinitely.
The video was released in October of 2010, and shows McCready getting freaky with her then-boyfriend who, according to Spike, is identified only as "Peter."
The tape earned its name because McCready reportedly discusses her alleged affair with baseball legend Roger Clemens, who was married at the time.
In a clip posted at Spike, McCready is also asked about the sexual prowess of actor Dean Cain and country singer Alan Jackson. She's shown in a number of compromising positions; aside from the sex itself, she frolics about dressed only in a towel.
McCready was found dead on Sunday afternoon on her front porch, apparently from a self-inflicted gunshot wound. She had struggled with drug addiction and depression for years, appearing in 2010 on "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew."
Her body was found in the same location that her late boyfriend, record producer David Wilson, was found just a month earlier, also dead of a gunshot wound.