Vivid Entertainment, the company behind such classics as Kim Karsdashian and Pamela Anderson, is releasing a 60 minute DVD of the late rock legend in an apparent threesome with two brunettes. The naughty bits themselves only last for about 11 minutes with no audio and the rest of the DVD will feature a retrospective of Jimi’s career.
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But the identity of the man in the film, which has circulated among Hendrix aficionados for years, is fiercely disputed by experts and former associates. And the DVD arrives on the heels of a string of hoaxes involving star look-alikes and one other dead superstar. Internet news reports recently cast doubt on the claims of a New York collectibles dealer who said he brokered the sale of an explicit Marilyn Monroe film.
Vivid Entertainment said that after an extensive inquiry led by private detective agencies, it stands by the Hendrix film as the real thing. “I believe that we did our due diligence, and as a result of that clearly believe that it’s him,” said Steven Hirsch, Vivid’s co-chairman. “If they said that it wasn’t him, I would never have put it out.”