So much for that feigned anger and embarrassment.
It looks like Karissa Shannon may have had a change of heart when it comes to fighting the release of her sex tape, meeting yesterday with Vivid Entertainment execs.
Sam Jones III, boyfriend and Karissa Shannon sex tape partner, met with Vivid boss Steve Hirsch personally Wednesday. Probably to express their "outrage" over this.
Sam Jones III and Karissa Shannon. [Photo: PacificCoastNewsOnline.com]
Confronted by TMZ, Sam said the pair, which dubiously claimed they didn't know how the tape got out, is "exploring all of our options" ... then quickly covered his a$$.
"Especially our legal options," he said.
The bottom line: If they don't want the public to see Sam go to town on Karissa with whips and handcuffs, there's no way Vivid can sell it without their consent. None.
Any implication that they're the victims is absurd. Like Heidi Montag, they can put the kibosh on it if they choose. If it's released, they did it for the money. A lot of it.