Jenna Lewis press release announces outrage, interview, URL to buy sex tape.

Jenna Lewis press release announces outrage, interview, URL to buy sex tape.
The sex video featuring Survivor All-Stars and Survivor Borneo cast member Jenna Lewis and husband/A&F model Travis Wolfe was not, they insist, released by them. In fact, they’re so shocked and appalled about the sale of the tape that Jenna will conduct an exclusive interview to let us know how shocked and appalled she really is. She’s even issued a press release to let us know that she “is rumored to be close to choosing the media outlet to grant an exclusive interview.” It mentions that she “is fighting mad over the recent airing of her personal videos over the Internet” and “embarrassed by the emergence of the footage on the Internet.” She’s so embarrassed that the press release also conveniently gives the URL, realitytail.com, where one can pay good money to see Jenna and Travis go at it. All this all comes at a time when, as TVTattle notes, “interest in the ‘Survivor’ newlywed’s on-camera sex romp has waned.” Curious.

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