Cameron Diaz (search) is getting a little more exposure than she bargained for.
An S&M sex video featuring the blond actress walking a nearly-nude man on a leash and parading around in leather hit the Internet Wednesday, according to the New York Post’s Page Six.
The promo photos on the site in question feature what appears to be a topless Diaz wearing leather briefs, but it's unclear if the pictures are, in fact, photographs of Diaz or if the images have been manipulated.
The New York Post reported that the frisky footage was shot in 1992 by photographer John Rutter (search) when Diaz was 19, but in the photos advertising the video she does not appear that young.
The Post reported that in the video, which costs $39.95 to download, the "Charlie's Angels" star sprays her bare breasts with a can of compressed air and whips a chained-up male model dressed in a loincloth. It also said Diaz is shown vamping topless while the photographer yells, "Cat-like! Cat-like!" and, "I want you hot and sexy!"
Rutter, the photographer who is said to have shot the video along with still photos of the actress, was barred from selling topless photos of Diaz by a California judge in November, 2003. Rutter's apartment was raided and authorities seized the photos, which are being kept in a safe deposit box, according to the Associated Press.
Rutter, 41, faces a criminal trial on charges that he tried to extort $3.3 million from the actress by threatening to sell the pictures to a group in Europe.
Rutter filed a $10 million counter-suit against Diaz for fraud and breach of contract, according to the New York Post.
Diaz's spokesman told the newspaper that an injunction issued by an L.A. court last year "prohibits anyone from selling, licensing, syndicating, distributing, publishing, broadcasting, disseminating, displaying or commercially exploiting the photos and video shot by John Rutter in 1992. There are already criminal proceedings pending against Rutter. A cease and desist letter has been sent to the Web site."