Usher's Ex-Wife Had 'No Knowledge' That An Alleged Sex Tape Existed


Mar. 15 2011, Published 3:33 p.m. ET

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R & B artist Usher and his former wife Tameka Foster Raymond are making headlines again, this time with an alleged intimate home video of the former couple – a video Tameka didn’t know even existed.

Tameka’s attorney Randy Kessler tells exclusively, "Ms. Raymond has not seen the alleged video and had no knowledge that such a video existed.  She is certainly unhappy about it. There is no further comment at this time."

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The alleged sex tape is reportedly being shopped around to various media outlets with claims that the images are indeed of Usher and Tameka.

The release of the video was not authorized by either party involved and, in fact, may have been stolen.

In December 2009, Usher and his bodyguard Elijah Shaw were the victims of a vehicle break-in while parked outside an Atlanta AT&T store.

According to the police report, $1,065,700 worth of merchandise was stolen from their 2007 GMC Yukon  – including two Mac Powerbooks and two Flip video cameras.

An eyewitness told police she saw a burgundy Chevy Impala pull-up behind the GMC Yukon, a man exited from the passenger side of the Impala and entered Usher’s vehicle. She also claimed to have seen the suspect remove items and then placed them in the Impala before driving away.

Now it appears the thieves might be looking to further capitalize on their crime by offering the alleged video for sale.

Usher and Tameka finalized their divorce in November 2009. The former couple have two young sons, Usher Raymond V and Naviyd Ely Raymond.



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