Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton became famous after their sex tapes were released. Now Pop Tarts has learned exclusively that Vivid Entertainment, the company that released Kardashian's video, is releasing a sex tape starring controversial country crooner Mindy McCready and a former boyfriend named “Peter.”
A source close to the situation said that McCready and her ex engage in explicit sex in the XXX video. But that’s not all.
The star of Dr. Drew’s VH1 series “Celebrity Rehab” also kisses and tells in the film, titled “Baseball Mistress” due to her alleged affair with married pitcher Roger Clemens. In fact the video is interspersed with graphic details of several raunchy romps with a slew of stars.
On one of the interview portions, McCready says that she and Clemens didn’t get intimate until she was of legal age, and describes the MLB star as being “good” in bed, despite having “a lot of problems” with erectile dysfunction.
She also insisted that she isn’t a “bad girl,” saying the wildest place they ever got down and dirty was a hot tub in Palm Springs.
Despite a couple of close calls, McCready said she never actually met Clemens’ wife – although she has something to say to her now. “I wish she and I had spoken because I realize now that the stories I was being told from Roger weren’t exactly the truth,” McCready tells the camera.
McCready's representative issued a statement saying her record company was unaware of the source of the "alleged film."
"However, we have been informed by legal counsel that any illegally-obtained property, and/or fabricated footage, will be dealt with swiftly, following proper legal procedure," the company said. "We are awaiting a statement and direction from Mindy's legal counsel and will issue an official response shortly."
A rep for Roger Clemens had no comment.
McCready goes on to reveal just how far she did or didn't go with several celebrities, and refers to her ex-fiancé Dean “Superman” Cain as being better equipped behind closed doors then Clemens.
Among her many eyebrow-raising assertions, the Florida-born blonde even takes a stab at Oprah, calling her racist. According to McCready, the talk show queen told her she should have been strong enough to escape an abusive relationship because she is white, and she believes Oprah wasn’t really informed about the ins and outs of domestic violence.
Our source says “Baseball Mistress” will go on sale on Vivid.com on April 19.
Hollie McKay has been a FoxNews.com staff reporter since 2007. She has reported extensively from the Middle East on the rise and fall of terrorist groups such as ISIS in Iraq. Follow her on twitter at @holliesmckay