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Tila Tequila's Exploitation of Her Sexuality Comes Back to Bite Her

by girls   October 07, 2010 at 9:30PM  |  Views: 375

Tila Tequila has lost a legal bid to stop the release of an old sex tape after a judge basically labeled her, well, a not-very-nice word. Find out what the judge said to Tequila after the jump.

Tila Tequila went to court to try and stop an ex-boyfriend from releasing a sex tape they made seven years ago. Tequila’s lawyer, Alan Gutman, asked the L.A. County Superior Court to issue an injunction prohibiting the release of the sex tape which was shot while the two were on a vacation. According to TMZ, Gutman argued that tape was “an invasion of privacy and a misappropriation of her image.”

Unfortunately for Tila the judge didn’t buy her lawyer’s argument that she has a right to privacy, because, as he told the court, “Tila exploits her sexuality.” (He kind of has a point-- I'm pretty sure Tila lists "Exploiter of Sexuality" as the title on her business card). In the end the judge ruled that Tila’s lawyer hadn't made enough of a case to warrant a restraining order.

Tila has vowed to continue fighting the case, saying, “This doesn't mean that the battle is over. I can still take this to federal court.” That or the tape will start hitting store shelves very soon.

Photo: Duffy-Marie Arnoult/Getty Images

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