It seems that there is a new video making the news in the last week or so. Jenna Lewis of Survivor (Borneo and All Star) fame apparently filmed her wedding night with some model. While I, and many people, probably appreciate the fact that she wanted us to see a bit more of her than we did on Survivor, I have some problems with this scenario.
For starters, even though Jenna is not a virgin – she’s the mother of twins – she was wearing black lingerie in the video. While the marriage was apparently the result of her romp to Las Vegas with this model, you’d think she’d make some effort to get at least close to white for her wedding night. Then again, she’s already got the kids – don’t recall if she was married previously or not. Perhaps she just doesn’t care.
So why isn’t she wearing a wedding band? It appears from the video that she’s got a ring on which may be an engagement ring, but there’s no wedding band in sight. Again, perhaps she’s just not a traditionalist. Who knows? Her language in the video certainly shows that she isn’t particularly a goody two shoes when it comes to her vocabulary, maybe that somehow extends to the rest of her life.
Not enough? The domain that is offering the tape (sorry, not going to publicize it here) was registered two days after her wedding supposedly happened. Mighty coincidental, isn’t it? The registration is not only new, it’s a private registration for a company that, according to Google anyway, doesn’t seem to exist anywhere else on the net – at least under that name.
Now add to it the fact that the model she was with, and supposedly has married, spent a whole bunch of time with the camera. New toy? Perhaps. They wouldn’t be the first newlyweds to videotape their wedding night. But there is a difference between setting the camera and letting it film away and actively taking a role in the production. Let’s just say that he appears to be interested in directing.
What is the point? The point is that the video may be a setup. There are some who may argue that it doesn’t matter, and that she’s still naked and active – and she is. No argument there. But have our values really fallen so badly that it’s considered a good career move to leak your own sex tape to the world?
Update: I’m not going to send you the video or even a link to it. If you’d like a copy for your very own, visit the web site or find a copy elsewhere. Usenet would probably be a good place to find it if you have a problem with paying for things.