March 29, 2010 09:04am
Vivid Releases Baseball Mistress
Source: Resource Media
by: Company Press Release
(LOS ANGELES, CA) -- Country music singer and VH1 reality series star Mindy McCready shows off her sexual talents in a sizzling video being released by Vivid Entertainment through its Vivid-Celeb imprint. ''Mindy McCready, Baseball Mistress'' will be available online at www.shopvivid.com and in stores across the country on Monday, April 19th.
Photo courtesy of Vivid.com
Consumers can get more information and see a preview of the movie by visiting www.vivid.com.
McCready takes it off and gets it on with a boyfriend named ''Peter'' in the tape that contains almost an hour of action interspersed with a narrative about her former lovers, who included Red Sox and Yankees pitching great Roger Clemens, actor Dean (Superman/Clark Kent) Cain, country singer Alan Jackson and others.
Between scenes of her having enthusiastic and explicit sex with her ex-boyfriend McCready, who is now 34, talks at length about her past sexual conquests.
She said that she took a shower and had oral sex with Clemens when she was only 16 and he was 29. She maintains that contrary to widespread gossip Clemens did not seduce when she was an underage (15 year old) teen and they didn't have sexual intercourse until she was of legal age. She also reveals that Clemens was ''good'' in bed ''when he could get it up.''
McCready also says that while she never met Clemens' wife during the course of their long-running affair, there were some close calls, including the time Mrs. Clemens called her husband on his cell phone as he was lounging next McCready in a bathtub.
The singer/actress also says that she became friendly with Robert F. Kennedy Jr., and thought she ''could have had sex with him,'' but declined the opportunity. In addition, she reveals that country singer Alan Jackson often brought her to his tour bus when she was just 17, but she declined to say what transpired during these visits.
McCready was one of nine cast members in the latest, third season of VH1's ''Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew,'' which is in constant reruns. She discusses some of her relationship with Clemens on the show and she performed the title single from her recently released album ''Mindy McCready I’m Still Here'' on the last episode. The album is her first in eight years for the singe/songwriter best known for placing 12 singles on the Billboard country music charts and for her hits ''Ten Thousand Angels,'' and ''Guys Do it All the Time.''
As a bonus feature Vivid has included a second sex video, ''Tom Sizemore Sex Scandal,'' an explicit sex tape featuring the troubled actor, who is McCready's co-star on the Celebrity Rehab program. The Sizemore video was first released by Vivid in 2005.
McCready's long-term romance with Clemens was exposed in the New York Daily News in April 2008. According to the Daily News, McCready discussed her relationship with Clemens during therapy sessions with Dr. Drew Pinsky. She told the Daily News, ''He certainly did ask my Dad for my hand and he wasn't divorced yet. That's abusive. He made me believe that someday we would be together. That was absolutely devastating to me.'' Clemens has denied that his relationship with McCready was a sexual one, claiming she was a friend of the family. ''I never met his family,'' she claims on the video.
Founded in 1984, Vivid has always placed heavy emphasis on high quality erotic film entertainment and has created wide brand-name awareness through its films, innovative marketing and a licensing program that extends to advertising, apparel, book publishing and a range of other products. TV audiences have gotten to know the company's management and talent through two recent seven part series on Showtime, ''Debbie does Dallas…Again'' and ''Deeper Throat.'' Also popular are the Vivid-Alt and Vivid-Ed imprints and the Vivid-Celeb imprint which has become internationally famous for releasing sex tapes of famous mainstream celebrities such as Kim Kardashian, Ray J, Shauna Sand-Lamas, former Miss USA Kelli McCarty and many others. The studio's website www.vivid.com has a large and loyal following of fans of the Vivid Girls.