EXCLUSIVE DOCUMENT: Kendra Had Multiple Partners In Sex Tapes

A document governing the potential sale of Kendra Wilkinson’s sex tape reveals that multiple partners were featured having intimate relations with the reality TV star, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

Kendra is threatening to sue over the release of a sex tape she made when she was 18. Vivid obtained the tape and the porn company says it will soon distribute it.

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And while Kendra has objected, RadarOnline.com broke the news that the E! star secretly made moves to sell the tape in 2008! Documents obtained exclusively by RadarOnline.com show that Kendra engaged a top Los Angeles law firm in late 2008 to represent her in selling the tape.

She even formed a company called Home Run Productions, LLC to sell the tape.

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New documents uncovered by RadarOnline.com show that not only were there multiple sex tapes , as we  exclusively  reported,  but  also multiple partners!

And while Kendra has threatened to sue if the tapes are released she has not returned requests for comment about her attempts to secretly sell the tapes and the company she formed in November, 2008 to do so.

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While attempting to sell the tapes in 2008 Kendra was already with  Philadelphia Eagles’ wide receiver Hank Baskett, who is now her husband. She needed the approval of Playboy’s Hugh Heffner to go through with the deal, as she was starring in her final season of The Girls Next Door.

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And while the deal never went through, the documents governing the deal show that the tapes “featured” her in intimate relations with others.

Her outrage at Vivid’s attempt to market the tape now caused her to hire Lavely & Singer, one of L.A.’s top legal firms. But she was represented by a different law firm in 2008 as she secretly tried to sell the tapes.

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And despite the fact that she tried to sell the tapes two years ago, one legal expert tells RadarOnline.com that unless she agrees to sell them now she will have a viable lawsuit against any company that distributes them. “She has the right to change her mind and say she doesn’t want them sold now,” one source familiar with the situation told RadarOnline.com. “And if her wishes aren’t honored, she’ll have a great lawsuit.”

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