Columbia Pictures, the studio behind 1988's The New Adventures of Pippi Longstocking, does not want to be associated with the Tami Erin sex tape. At all.
The studio behind the movie wants photos of a then-14-year-old Tami removed from all efforts to market her sex tape, which hit the web last week.
Columbia's legal team fired off an email, warning websites hawking the porno to take down shots of the freckle-faced redhead or face a giant lawsuit.
Most of the offending sites have complied, although the web is still full of Pippi references, as well as a screenshot from the original movie (above).
One of the XXX sites has added a disclaimer on its home page, saying the Tami Erin sex tape is not sponsored, endorsed by or affiliated with Columbia.
It's not immediately clear if the studio will be satisfied with that proviso.
What's probably most astonishing about this is the fact that, per TMZ, Pippi Longstocking porn sites have been netting over 200,000 views per day.
The biggest chunk of traffic comes from Sweden for some reason.
In any case, this just goes to show that the Kim Kardashian sex tape has created a huge market for such "celebrity" romps. Even Tami Erin can rake it in.