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A Mindy McCready sex tape is being pulled back and has been frozen of all distribution.
TMZ reports that Vivid Entertainment has ceased all DVD distribution of the tape “Baseball Mistress” because of the country singer's surprise suicide. Vivid has no current plans to distribute the tape at any time.
“Baseball Mistress” has McCready and her then boyfriend on display. Also in the tape the country star discusses her alleged affair with MLB pitcher Roger Clemens.
McCready, 37, never filed a lawsuit or had any known problem with the tape.
Clemens declined to comment on the singer's death, but issued a statement.
"Yes, that is sad news," he said. "I had heard over time that she was trying to get peace and direction in her life."
Steve Hirsch, CEO of Vivid Entertainment, plans to pull all digital copies of the video right away, but knows that it will be hard to control.
McCready’s boyfriend, David Wilson, died in January. The singer was found dead in her Arkansas home on Sunday. McCready died from a self-inflicted gunshot wound.