A man who claims to be in possession of a Kris Jenner sex tape says he's looking to sell the item to Vivid Entertainment, and for seven figures no less.
The individual, identified only as "Troy," tells Radar that he will contact Vivid and make the tape available on simple terms: a million dollars for the rights.
Vivid, of course, is the company who brought you the Kim Kardashian sex tape, Paris Hilton sex tape and Farrah Abraham sex tape, among other classics.
CEO Steve Hirsch is no fool, though. If this tape were real, he'd likely be all over it, but instead Kris denies it exists, and says she's being blackmailed.
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians momager, 58, has contacted law enforcement with claims that an individual has been stalking and extorting her.
All, she says, over a sex tape she emphatically claims doesn’t exist.
Troy confirmed that he has bombarded Jenner with “hundreds” of phone calls - “That is absolutely true, yes I have" - but says he is not harassing her.