Mindy McCready still grabs headlines for her troubled personal life, and news of an alleged sex video has gotten people talking just this week. However, all that hype hasn't translated into interest in her music. In fact, her new album, I'm Still Here, has sold fewer than 700 copies since it came out on March 23rd. That's a far cry from her 1996 self-titled debut, which sold two million copies.
There's an update to the Mindy sex tape story too. McCready's attorney Adam Dread released a statement late Wednesday stating that Vivid Entertainment has not provided them proof they have the right to distribute the video, or that they own the video in question, which is being promoted for future release as Mindy McCready: Baseball Mistress. Dread also says that Spike.com has removed their teaser video for the sex tape from their website. As previously reported, McCready is allegedly seen in the video with a man named "Peter" and talks about her past relationships with actor Dean Cain and baseball player Mark McGwire.
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