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We’re glad to hear that everyone is treating Mindy McCready’s death in a most respectful manner.
The country singer committed suicide this weekend which has led to Vivid Entertainment head Steve Hirsch stopping distribution of her sex tape.
The company first released the tape in 2010, but in the wake of the tragic situation, they have indefinitely frozen distribution of the tape titled Baseball Mistress.
The tape was made with Mindy’s boyfriend at the time and involves her discussing her affair with Roger Clemens.
While distribution has been frozen indefinitely, Steve is also working on stopping digital distribution as much as possible by pulling all digital copies from Vivid’s website.
There are no plans at this time to resume distribution of the tape.
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After learning that Mindy McCready tragically committed suicide on Sunday, baseball legend and allegedly former lovah of the country star, Roger Clemens is speaking out on Mindy's death.
Clemes released a statement, saying:
Wow… this is absolutely heartbreaking.
While we previously heard that late country star Mindy McCready had been in despair after her boyfriend committed suicide last month, it sounds like things seemed to be looking up just a few days before her own death.
A friend of Mindy’s, Danno Hanks, recently stepped forward about a music video that Mindy wanted completed, as a tribute to her late boyfriend and as somewhat of a PSA for suicide prevention.
Mindy had recorded the song, I’ll See You Yesterday, with her producer boyfriend, David Wilson, just last year.
“About six months ago she started talking to me about this song she wanted to do. She fell in love with it, and she wanted to make that the title song on her album.”
However, after David took his own life, Mindy seemed even more in a rush to get the music video out, having Danno use some photos he had taken and some of her own with her late boyfriend.
At the end of the video, Mindy wanted a link to suicideispreventable.org to be included, to encourage those contemplating suicide to seek help.
Mindy McCready committed suicide on Sunday with a self-inflicted gunshot, and after learning that prescription drugs and alcohol were found in her system at the time of her death — she's also the fifth person to pass that appeared on VH1's Celebrity Rehab within the last two years.
The show ran from 2008 to 2011, and had a total a five seasons.
Referencing McCready's death, the show's former host, Dr. Drew Pinksy said: