MTV’s Buckwild star Shae Bradley has a sex tape that will be released, folks, it is just a matter of time. Shae herself confirmed this. Get the details here.
As news of MTV’s Teen Mom Farrah Abraham’s sex tape makes headlines, it has now been revealed that yet another MTV star has made a sex tape. This time though, i am pretty sure it was not in an effort to get some publicity. Though I could be wrong. Buckwild was just canceled so it is entirely possible.
Buckwild cast members Shae Bradley and Jesse J have apparently made a sex tape which is being described as trailer park sex. Shae confirmed its existence, though she didn’t seem happy about it.
“Yes there is a sex tape and I regret making it with someone who I obviously couldn’t trust and is looking to exploit the relationship we had.” 21 year-old Bradley told TMZ.
If you remember from the show, Shae dated Jesse for a while but he didn’t treat her very well, so she moved on to cast member Joey, aka, Mr. Bieber bangs. So this tape must have been made before they were “famous” or right as the show started. I don’t think this is a publicity ploy as Farrah Abraham’s pathetically was.
In case you have been living in a cave, the Teen Mom made a legit sex tape with porn star James Deen through Vivid entertainment. She was trying to pass it off as her own personal sex tape, but James Deen confirmed that he was hired and paid and is not a prostitute, so he won’t go around pretending to date someone. Additionally, as he points out, you don’t hire a well known porn star to play in your “homemade” video. Blah. Farrah is asking $2 million for her tape to be released. Dream on sister.
As for Shae, she seems too disappointed for his to be a publicity stunt. Buckwild had all the makings for a new Jersey Shore, taking little small town folk and turning them into celebs, but after Shain Gandee died from carbon monoxide poisoning, MTV decided to stop filming in West Virginia. There is talk of picking it back up in Texas.
“After careful consideration, MTV will not be moving forward with season two of Buckwild in West Virginia,” the network announced April 10. “We love the cast and the show and this was not an easy decision, but given Shain’s tragic passing and essential presence on the show, we felt it was not appropriate to continue without him.”