Courtney Stodden said she was initially resistant to signing off on the distribution of a sex tape Vivid Entertainment said it had obtained.
The former teen bride even sent a legal letter to the President of Vivid Entertainment Steven Hirsch claiming she would take legal action should the tape be distributed without her permission.
"I want my tape back and Mr. Hirsch needs to respond to my attorney's demand letter to return it to me immediately,” Stodden said in a statement to FOX411 last Thursday. “My private video's not for sale. I don't need the million dollars.”
However, over the weekend the reality star had a change of heart and signed away rights to her tape.
The catch? Stodden said she would give away 100 percent of the tape's proceeds to a charity of her choice.
The 20 year old told TMZ she was leaning towards an animal rights group or children with cancer.
It's an intriguing twist from a woman who fought for weeks to halt the tape from going public but
Celebrity sex tape broker Kevin Blatt told FOX411 last week that Stodden's sex tape had been a done deal with Vivid for a while, and that her denials were intended to drum up publicity.