Kendra Wilkinson, the wife of Philadelphia Eagles wide receiver Hank Baskett, will appear in a sex tape that is due to be released by pornography company Vivid Video on May 28.
Joining Wilkinson in the video is a former MMA Fighter named Justin Frye. Frye fought in 2006 in a bout staged by Xtreme Courage Championships in Lordsburg, NM. (Alamogordo VFW Hall booked that night?)
Posted are some photos and a video of the bout, which isn’t exactly what I’d classify as an appropriate warmup for his sextape performance with Kendra.
Frye made the sextape with Wilkinson in 2004 and reportedly sold the video to Vivid for $100,000.
RadarOnline reports of the tape:
“There are tapes of Kendra in really compromising positions…doing a lot of embarrassing things.”
Though she has publicly professed outrage at the release of the tape, Kendra will reportedly “receive up to 50 percent of the sales generated by the sex tape.”
This tape is the first of what reportedly will be multiple sex tapes released by Vivid and a company created by Wilkinson herself.
On May 7 I reported:
RadarOnline.com broke the bombshell news that Kendra secretly planned to shop her own sex tape, and now we’ve discovered that there was more than one tape made by the reality TV star.
RadarOnline.com tracked down a lawyer who worked with Kendra on the project and setting up the company that was formed to sell the sex tapes.
RadarOnline.com confirmed that Kendra’s agreement was to acquire and license video rights to material featuring Kendra in intimate situations.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, the plan drafted in November 2008 (which was well into her relationship with Hank Baskett and after their engagement was publicly announced) included the creation of a company which Wilkinson would own and control and under which her team would solicit offers.
So the videos of Wilkinson having sex with someone other than Baskett were expressly produced by Baskett’s wife for sale to the public, with those sales plans set up after Wilkinson and Baskett were engaged.
If that’s the case, you can bet that when those tapes came out, Wilkinson would’ve claimed she didn’t know anything about them - despite Baskett’s wife herself setting up the secret LLC and hiring a lawyer to oversee the legal, marketing and distribution of the hardcore porn tapes.
Not really sure who was more naive, Wilkinson when she made that first sextape with then-boyfriend Frye in 2004 or Baskett when he married her.
Or perhaps Baskett has us all fooled and he’s in on the whole thing. Though somehow, I doubt it.