Tami Erin, a.k.a. Pippi Longstocking, says her sex tape is not for sale (by her), will not be released, and that she had nothing to do with it being shopped.
She says she will stop at nothing to block any possible sale.
So how did the Tami Erin sex tape even reach the market?
The former child actress, now 39, blames a bitter ex-boyfriend for attempting to sell a private sex video to the media. Erin's take on her ex's motives?
"He's the biggest piece of s--t on the planet."
Well, that clears that up. And this up:
In order for a company to release this kind of sex footage, it would need Erin's permission. So there's no way it could be done without her consent.
Farrah Abraham recently claimed her tape was "leaked" without her permission ... which may be the worst lie of all time as it isn't legally possible.
The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking star says you won't be seeing her get her freak on, ever. And if she means it, she's 100 percent right.
Only time will tell if Erin's serious.