In a statement released today Kris Jenner flatly denied allegations that she brokered a deal with Vivid Entertainment in 2007 to release her daughter Kim’s sex tape with rapper and former Good Times star, Ray J.
Kris did, however, admit to having been heavily involved in the production. “I wore several hats,” the Kardashian matriarch told media. “I was the director, executive producer, did most of the camera work, and let them use my bedroom.”
Kris also revealed that Bruce Jenner, her wax-faced husband, was in charge of craft service and occasionally stepped in to lend his hand as the fluffer.
“But I drew the line at selling the video,” says Kris, who claims that’s where her and her husband’s involvement ended.
“I mean, that’s my daughter we’re talking about. What kind of mother would I be if I put the video in an unmarked manila envelope and slipped it to a Vivid employee under cover of night with specific instructions on where to deposit the 13 million dollars?”
When asked to comment, both Kim and Ray J. denied that Kris was responsible for leaking the tape, but spoke highly of her artistic vision