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Hendrix Porn Tape Purveyors Issue $100K Challenge

Oct. 27 2008, Published 7:07 a.m. ET

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MONEY WHERE THEIR MOUTHS ARE Jimi? (Photo: Vivid) • Sex, money, Hendrix: In a tricky turn, porn company Vivid issues a challenge to the Jimi Hendrix estate to prove its sex tape does not actually show two chicks teaming up on the real Hendrix. If the estate can, Vivid will pay $100,000. A fair price for continued publicity.

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Oh, snap!: In response to Star Jones' attempt to take a swipe at her, Barbara Walters refused to "dignify with a response," Jones' assertion that she is "publicly branding herself as an adulterer" in the name of selling her new book. Will no one learn that Walters is a comeback queen?

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