Flavor of Love 2’s Toastee the star of new sex tape

Jennifer “Toastee” Toof, who was rejected from Flavor of Love 2 for her career in nude modeling, is now the star of her own 40-minute film. Of course, it’s a sex tape acquired by Vivid Entertainment that’s titled “Toastee Exposed.”

Vivid says she has previously “appeared in a porn movie under the stage name ‘Natalia the Scissor Vixen’ – known for clamping men’s heads between her thighs.” Vivid exec Steven Hirsch says, “Toastee is cute, energetic and a talented contortionist. I think her enthusiasm for sex is obvious.”

Toastee is currently a cast member on Charm School, and last fall told her college newspaper The Northeastern Times that she did porn because “In college I realized that there was no way I could work a real job with the amount of schoolwork I had. So I went back to modeling because it’s fun and easy and you make a lot of money for only working a few hours a week.”

Toastee Exposed [Vivid Entertainment]
Adult films cost former student spot in “Flava of Love 2″ [Northeastern Times]

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