‘Pippi Longstocking' Star Tami Erin Receives Offers From Porn Companies, Plans To Release Sex Tape Before Ex Boyfriend: 'I'm Beating Him To The Punch' She Says
By Staff Writer | September 09, 2013 12:30 PM EDT
"Pippi Longstocking" actress Tami Erin is reportedly receiving offers from porn companies for her sex tape, which she plans to release before her ex-boyfriend does.
TMZ reports that Tami Erin, 39, who starred in the 1988 movie, "The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking," has given up trying to stop her ex-boyfriend from selling the sex tape.
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"My ex-boyfriend is trying to release it with or without me. I'm beating him to the punch," she told TMZ.
According to the website, Erin was furious when she found out that her ex-boyfriend was trying to make money off the tape. So to "beat him to the punch," Tami Erin is currently accepting offers from various porn companies and will most likely sell to the highest bidder, TMZ reports.
The tape is described as containing "X rated footage" and "appears to have been shot recently," although the website says it is "unclear" who is selling the footage, The Daily Mail reports.
Tami Erin's announcement comes as quite a surprise, since she previously told TMZ that she wanted nothing to do with the sex tape and would make sure it never saw the light of day, according to The Daily Mail.
Erin was described as "irate" and blamed a "bitter ex-boyfriend" for attempting to sell the tape.
"I think he's the biggest piece of s*** on the planet for doing this to me," she said.
Erin was 14 years old when she found fame as Pippi Longstocking, the red-headed nine-year-old with superhuman strength in the 1988 film adaptation of the beloved children's books by the late Swedish author Astrid Lindgren, The Daily Mail reports.
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