Colin Farell's infamous sex tape is to stay private
Colin Farell's infamous sex tape is to stay private - for now.
A Superior Court judge in the US has sided with the 'Alexander' star and
ruled that the X-rated home movie - starring him and former Playboy Playmate
Nicole Narain - must not be made public for the time being.
The model - Playboy's Miss January 2002 - dated the Hollywood hellraiser
three years ago.
She claims she has the right to reproduce, market and distribute the 14
minute tape, but Farell says they agreed to keep the footage private as it
would "irreparably damage his career".
Leodis Matthews, an attorney for Narain, said: "Sales of the videotape could
represent significant income for my client.
"It would rival that of the notorious Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee sex
A restraining order has been in place since July last year, temporarily
blocking public release of the footage.
In January, stills and clips from the tape were briefly leaked on the
internet. Although Narain denied having anything to do with the errant
footage, she did admit to meeting with the adult Website company Internet
Commerce Group and celebrity porn broker David Hans Schmidt.
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