Kim Kardashian 'Humiliated' By Sex Tape, Admits It 'Introduced' Her To The World
Kim Kardashian, in the first of a two-part interview on Oprah's Next Chapter, told Winfrey that the 2007 sex tape she made with hip-hop star Ray J left her feeling "humiliated," but admits it was her "introduction" to the world of fame and fortune.
"Would you be where you are had there not been a sex tape? " Oprah asked the beauty, who's parlayed the notoriety -- and publicity -- from the XXX tape into a pop culture empire five years later.
"That's pretty much how I was introduced to the world," Kim said. "It was a negative way, so I feel like I had to work ten times harder to get people to see the real me.
"I have to live with the choices I have made," Kim said, adding she's matured into "a calm, different person" these days. "And my life isn't all about me."
Kim also admitted she "doesn't know what she would have done" had her late father been around to witness the spectacle.
Robert Kardashian, previously famous for his friendship and legal defense of O.J. Simpson, died of esophageal cancer in 2003, four years before the sex tape launched Kim -- and subsequently, the Kardashian family -- into the public eye.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Kardashian also made the shocking confession that her mother put her on birth control at the age of 14!
Kim said the parenting decision came as a result of her desire to explore her sexuality with her boyfriend, a family friend.
"When I did want to have sex the first time I was almost 15," Kim said, adding her liberal mom was open to discussion about the topic, and even got her on birth control.
The revelation came as a surprise to Oprah, who said, "Wow," before moving onto the next question.
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