No, not Christina, the other one.
- “I feel embarrassed and humiliated, especially because my parents and the people who love me have been hurt,” the socialite and reality TV actress said Monday in a statement to The Associated Press.
“I was in an intimate relationship and never, ever thought that these things would become public.” [AP]
- [Solomon] also filed a $10 million lawsuit against an Internet porn company, claiming that Seattle-based Marvad Corp. distributed footage from the video without obtaining the legal rights.
The company, in turn, filed a breach of contract lawsuit against Salomon’s former roommate for more than $10 million. It alleges that Donald Thrasher of Los Angeles misled the company into believing he owned the rights to the video.
Thrasher maintains he did have the rights and that Salomon, a friend of 11 years, gave them to him.
“We had an agreement to sell the tape,” Thrasher told The Associated Press Saturday. “He gave me the tape. Period.”
Given or stolen? The plot thickens.