alleged sex tape of Survivor’s Jenna Lewis for sale online; screen caps posted.

alleged sex tape of Survivor’s Jenna Lewis for sale online; screen caps posted.
A tape allegedly featuring Survivor All-Stars and Survivor Borneo cast member Jenna Lewis having wild naked sex with her new husband, Travis Wolfe, has surfaced on the Internet. Bloghere.org has 24 non-work safe screen captures of the video that leave nothing to the imagination. If full video is more your style, Reality Tail offers a free preview–and charges $39.99 to watch the video for 10 days. It also offers a la carte options (the oral sex scene is $19.99). In its reporting on the tape’s appearance,
Reality TV World points out that the couple was married “during the May 1 weekend prior to the Survivor All-Stars finale.” And, oddly, “a quick check of the site’s domain registration information shows that the domain was registered on May 3, 2004 (the Monday following the couple’s wedding)–a fact that when combined with the couple’s run to the altar, has sparked speculation that either Jenna or Travis themselves might have had a role in its distribution.” But Reality TV World says that “Jenna and Travis reportedly deny any involvement with the distribution of the footage” and quotes next week’s US Weekly, which “reports that the ordeal has been ‘a strain on the new marriage’ and that the couple’s lawyers are seeking to block the tape’s distribution.”

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