Ray J passed away on Kris Jenner and Kim Kardashian … accusing them of lying about their involvement in his sex tape with Kim.
As you know, Kris was hooked up to a polygraph on James Cordonand he asked, “Did you help Kim release her sex tape?” Kris replied “No” and the polygraph said she was telling the truth. Steve HirschVivid Entertainment’s Prez who released the tape, said Kris never met, talked to, or worked with him on the release of the tape.
In Ray’s 44-minute rant, he never says that Kris negotiated distribution of the tape with Vivid Entertainment, the company that released the tape. He says, however, that there were 3 different sex tapes, not just one — 2 tours in Cabo and 1 in Santa Barbara — and he says Kris picked the one where Kim looked the best.
He also says in his contract with Vivid, where the 3 strips are mentioned, Kim’s fingerprints are on it…literally. He says Kim wrote the section describing the 3 stripes. What’s important about that… Ray says that’s the original contract he signed giving the rights to Vivid, and he says Kim’s writing is there.
That’s interesting… Hirsch said he acquired the tape not from Kim or Ray but from “a third party.” He was never more specific, but he said: “We are very confident in our legal position. Under California law, the person whose image is depicted in such a video must sign directly or through an agent for the distributor to have a strong legal position.
At one point, Ray shows Kim his DM messages — specifically a message from July — where he says he misses her and asks her to text him to make it up. Kim ignores his request, and we’re told those connected to him believe this is another reason why Ray is upset and posted the lengthy rant.
Kim also reportedly sued Vivid for invasion of privacy, claiming she never authorized its broadcast. She says she ended up settling with Vivid and the costume was dropped. It was taken off the market months later after a “third party” purchased it from Vivid.
Ray says he and Kim made a deal with Vivid for $400,000 up front and 12.5% of the profits for each of them.