On Monday, December 19, 2011, an image surfaced on the Internet showing a still photo from a Michelle McGee sex tape. The sex tape was reportedly in the hands of porn distributor Red Light District, and they were planning an early 2012 release of a 2-DVD box set. The highly anticipated box set was supposedly going to feature two separate sex-capades showcasing both heterosexual and homosexual sex acts.
Just one day after the news appeared on TMZ, Gina Rodriguez the CEO of DD Entertainment, which represents Ms. McGee, fired off a letter to Red Light District explaining that the sex tapes are stolen property. Rodriguez’s letter references a telephone “screaming match” regarding the sex tapes and demands the return of the footage among other provisions.
Read the full letter here.
In addition, if Red Light District does not comply with Michelle McGee and DD Entertainment’s requests, they plan to pursue legal options including suing for monetary damages.