Kim Kardashian and Ray J’s sex tape quickly became a hit. It earned over a million dollars in its first six weeks.

Kim Kardashian and Ray J received an email about sex tape profits
Kim Kardashian and Ray J received an email about sex tape profits

An email sent to them states that they were both making serious money.

Based on an email from Vivid Entertainment boss Steve Hirsch dated May 1, 2007, Kim learned that the tape generated $1,424,636.63 in revenue, including $1,255,578.50 from DVD sales.

Interestingly, the tape came out on March 14, 2007. Vivid allegedly released the video despite Kim’s claim that she didn’t authorize its release on February 21, 2007.

The case ended via settlement on April 27, 2007. However, Kim received an email from Vivid about sales numbers just four days later.

According to Ray J, Kim signed on from the beginning and even produced his contract with a list of sex tapes to prove it.

Additionally, he produced a letter in her handwriting, which he said was from her.

Previously, Hirsch spoke publicly about the deal, calling it a “difficult deal to get done.” As Kim expressed no interest in releasing the tape.

According to Ray J, their deal was that each of them would receive $400,000 plus a 12.5% share of the profits in the future. Hirsch sent Kim and Ray J an email stating these figures.

Moreover, Ray claims Kris Jenner chose the sex tape where Kim looked best out of both. According to reports, the contract does not contain Kris’ signature.

Hirsch has also denied Kris played any part in selling the tape.

Ray J says that one of their sex tape recordings occurred in Cabo and the other in Santa Barbara. However, the tapes recorded in Santa Barbara have not reached the public.

Aside from the receipts, Ray J claims to have hundreds more to support his claim. His rant began after Kris said she didn’t sell the tapes, despite taking a lie detector test.

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