Kylie Jenner Sex Tape Leak Story Is False

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Kylie Jenner Sex Tape Leak

By Shari Weiss


Kylie Jenner Sex Tape Leak

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Kylie Jenner was NOT planning to leak a sex tape before her split from Tyga, despite a report from a widely-discredited webloid. Gossip Cop can exclusively bust the story.

RadarOnline exclaims in a headline on Monday, “Just Like Big Sis Kim! Kylie Jenner Planned To Leak Sex Tape For Attention.” According to the accompanying story, “the scheming 18-year-old planned to leak a sex tape” featuring her now-former boyfriend. A so-called “family insider” is quoted as saying, “Kylie and Tyga made several raunchy videos during their relationship, and right before they broke-up, they were talking about secretly releasing one.”

The site goes on to allege there were “hush-hush planning sessions in Kylie’s home back in April.” The supposed tipster says Jenner’s “motivation” was the reaction to older sister Kim Kardashian’s sex tape. “She wanted to stir everything up,” claims the alleged snitch.

Of course, the two situations wouldn’t exactly be comparable. Kardashian was virtually unknown when her pornographic video came out, and it helped rocket her to international fame. Jenner, in contrast, is already famous, and doesn’t need such a stunt to make her a household name.

It’s also pretty convenient of RadarOnline to claim Jenner had intended to release explicit footage, but won’t now that she and Tyga split. That’s a built-in cover for when no such tape materializes. Furthermore, as Gossip Cop has repeatedly demonstrated, real Kardashian-Jenner “family insiders” aren’t talking to tabloids and webloids.

Why would someone genuinely close with the teen go running to an outlet that tries to paint her and her family in the worst light possible? Still, Gossip Cop checked in with a rep for Jenner, who exclusively tells us that this supposed sex tape “scheme” is “total B.S.” Jenner doesn’t need to resort to “desperate attempts to generate publicity,” as the site wrongly claims. But it’s clear RadarOnline remains desperate for clicks.

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