Vivid Entertainment has halted circulation of the 2010 Mindy McCready sex tape in the wake of the singer's suicide, according to news reports.
Vivid CEO Steve Hirsch says he has no plans to resume distribution of Baseball Mistress, which features McCready and her boyfriend at the time.
It's unclear when the footage was shot, but the title stems from her alleged affair with married MLB legend Roger Clemens ... who is not on the sex tape.
Mindy McCready does talk about the affair with Clemens on the video, however ... and later denied she ever authorized the release of Baseball Mistress.
Anyway, kiss that DVD you planned on purchasing goodbye.
Those have already been pulled by the porn company. Digital sales are harder to regulate, but Hirsch says he's yanking it from Vivid's website too.
McCready was found dead at her home in Heber Springs, Ark., Sunday afternoon after suffering what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
She had battled demons for years and was just 37 years old.
Mindy shot her dog before taking her own life in the same spot where her boyfriend, David Wilson, was found dead of a gunshot wound just 36 days earlier.