Hey John Edwards, Your Mistress Rielle Hunter Wants Her Sex Tape Back!

Sat, January 30, 2010 1:00pm EST by 1 Comment


Can you believe there’s now a sex tape in this mess?

John Edwards‘ former mistress (and mother of his two-year-old daughter) Rielle Hunter was awarded a temporary restraining order in North Carolina on Jan. 28 against John’s former aide Andrew Young, who she says is in possession of a sex tape she made with John in 2008. “I believe that Andrew Young may publish the video to others [and] is presently engaged in efforts to sell the video or a copy of the video to others,” Rielle said in an official court document. Rielle is actually worried Andrew may have several incriminating items, including sexy photographs she claims he took from her without permission.

It’s also possible there could be more than one tape! Rielle told a judge that a private moment between her and John was filmed in 2006, but that she decided to “destroy” the tape six months later. The tape she was referring to appears to be different than the one she currently believes Andrew is trying to sell. Rielle has already sued Andrew and his wife, Cheri, for invasion of privacy.

Andrew’s tell-all book about John, The Politician, hits bookstores today, and John is working overtime to diffuse the damage. He hired lawyers Wade Smith and James Cooney III, who famously cleared several Duke University lacrosse players of rape charges in 2006. Though his lawyers have yet to read the book, they released a statement, saying, “From media reports, it is obvious that there are many allegations which are simply false,” the legal team said in a press release. … We urge extreme caution by everyone involved.”

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Baphomets Answer

Posted at 10:18 PM on February 1, 2010  

John should get a bill passed that makes it a felony to put a pornographic video of another person online without the person’s written consent.

The reason is that the video is a deliberate attempt to destroy another person. Making such a video public is an overt act of aggression and hostility designed to injure someone’s reputation and relationships. This damage could spiral into deep depression and death. It’s a form of violence meant to injure another, it’s a form of molestation and rape.

There is no excuse for putting an image of another person nude online without their permission unless it’s intended to do extreme damage to the person in the photo.

There are many stupid men who share images of their exes in the nude with their friends and family but there are even more men who are stupid and violent who attempt to injure person’s whose nude images they post on line.

A former associate of mine put on a video of his ex girlfriend. I thought I was only going to see what she looked like with clothes on. Without warning me showed me the video they made having sex. Then he started grabbing his crotch asking if he looked good naked. It was an assault on me and on his ex. He truly belongs in prison. He’s a sick man.

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