The Montana Fishburne sex tape has become quite a story, but is it not even the first of its kind? According to gossip site Carlton Jordan, it's her sophomore effort.
Neither Vivid nor Montana has mentioned the existence of the "urban version" of her porn debut Phattys Rhymes and Dimes #14 - but it's apparently her alright.
Does Vivid have so much pull that they can pay the media to mention only their brand? If you follow the (NSFW) link above, you can see that it's clearly Montana.
It bills her as "Chippie D" (rather than the current Chippy D) and as the daughter of a male Hollywood star (Laurence Fishburne), who is not mentioned by name.
No word on how this will effect sales of both DVDs.
Is the Montana Fishburne sex tape not really her adult "debut"?
The same site reports that Montana only received $25,000 for the part. In a recent interview on LA Talk Radio, Stilts [of For The Love Of Ray J fame] and her husband, noted porn director Alexander DeVoe, revealed that nugget.
For a Kim Kardashian wannabe, she fell about $4,975,000 short.
Perhaps the previous sextape and the fact that, well, Montana Fishburne was a prostitute before her foray into the adult world gave Vivid contract leverage.
There's probably a breach of contract clause in there as well that could cost her the measly $25K if she even mentions Phattys Rhymes and Dimes #14.