Mindy McCready sex tape 'Baseball Mistress' pulled after suicide death

mindy-mccready-baseball-mistress-sex-tape-vivid.jpgA pornography studio has decided to pull copies of Mindy McCready's unauthorized sex tape in the wake of her death by apparent suicide.

TMZ reports Vivid Entertainment, the company responsible for distributing Kim Kardashian's sex tape, has announced they will immediately cease distribution of "Baseball Mistress," featuring McCready.

The video gets its title from a conversation the singer has with her then boyfriend in the footage about her alleged affair with former MLB pitcher Roger Clemens. Also mentioned in the video is McCready's ex-fiance Dean Cain.

Vivid released "Baseball Mistress" in 2010 after McCready's appearance on "Celebrity Rehab." In addition to ceasing distribution, company exec Steve Hirsch says the video will be pulled from Vivid's website. There are no plans at this time to redistribute the video. Well, what do you know? A classy move from a porn company.

In even more uplifting McCready video news, a friend of the singer has released her final song, "I'll See You Yesterday" as a suicide prevention PSA, as she planned for it to be before her death.
Photo/Video credit: Vivid
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