The LeAnn Rimes sex tape might be a fake, according to her representative. The video allegedly was made with her ex-husband, Dean Sheremet, but friends familiar with the matter say the footage could be a fake. However, the actress is trying to prevent it from leaking, which only means that there’s something to hide.
Nearly one year after their divorce was finalized, a report claims a sex tape featuring the former couple may soon be released. The supposed illicit footage was found in a moving truck. While Rimes is allegedly “desperate” to prevent it from leaking, Sheremet was more laid-back about the situation.
“Things like this happen!” he reportedly said. “We were married for 8 years. We did a lot of s-t!”
But a rep for Rimes strongly denied the existence of such a tape.
“LeAnn has absolutely never filmed a video having sex,” her publicist told the Daily News on Thursday.
Sheremet and Rimes divorced in June 2010 after eight years of marriage.
Rimes also spoke out about the report on Twitter, saying she heard “there are rumors of a ‘sex tape.’”
“I have never filmed myself having sex on tape, period,” she tweeted. “Haven’t joined that club LOL!”
Rimes and Sheremet, who wed in 2002, split in 2009 following her affair with the also-married Eddie Cibrian.
After divorcing their respective spouses and starting a new life together, Rimes and Cibrian tied the knot on April 22.
Sheremet has moved on as well. He’s been engaged to photographer Sarah Silver since November.
A few days after Rimes’ nuptials, Sheremet told Us Weekly she “was a huge part of my life.”
“I wish her the best,” he said.
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