AUDIO: Kendra On Montana Fishburne’s Sex Tape: That’s What Happens When A Girl Turns 18!

She should know.

Kendra Wilkinson says that the sex tape made by actor Laurence Fishburne’s daughter Montana is “what happens when a girl turns 18.”

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In a radio interview on Friday, the former Girl Next Door also had advice for Laurence, saying he “has to be there for her. He has to say “F” all, “F” Hollywood. And he has to learn to be there for his daughter.

“Just because she does what she does that porn, he has to get back down to earth and realize who my daughter really is. Is she a good person?”

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Kendra’s remarks came during an interview on Talk Radio Network’s nationally syndicated show, America’s Morning News co-hosted by Amy Holmes and John McCaslin, broke the exclusive story that Kendra was secretly paid a fortune for her recent sex tape, despite her public cries that it was released against her wishes. We also found documents from a corporation Kendra set up two years ago to sell the tape.

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Laurence Fishburne was devastated when he discovered his daughter Montana was working in the porn industry. But Kendra says, “hey that’s what happens when a girl turns 18. When someone turns 18, they have the freedom to do and choose what they want to. It’s your job as a parent to at least have them be a good person.”

She also continued to try to distance herself from the sale of her own sex tape, saying Montana’s situation is “kinda different… ’cuz she kinda went in there knowing.”

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Kendra, who stars in her own reality TV show on E!, believes Montana will be fine. She said:

“For Laurence Fishburne’s daughter, she’ll probably end up doing what I did and that’s waking up, and finding out what’s real in her life.”



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