However, Jim McBride, owner of MrSkin.com, the world's leading source for celebs flashing the flesh, did not accept the offer. "It was definitely a legitimate offer and it was from a professional who has done this before," Fox News quoted him as saying. "But we passed, it's not our thing. I celebrate nudity in movies and TV, but always with respect for the actresses who choose to bare their bodies on-screen. Homemade sex tapes fall beyond that scope," he explained.
He added: “When Leighton Meester is ready to do a proper movie or TV nude scene on her own terms Mr. Skin will review it, report on it, and celebrate Leighton in the fashion that has made our site famous. Until then, out of respect for her talent and beauty we want nothing to do with the tape."
Washington (ANI): After Paris Hilton, Pamela Anderson, Kim Kardashian and Elizabeth Jagger, Leighton Meester's alleged sex tape is in the circuit, but it's too expensive for website owners. The video featuring the Gossip Girl star priced at a staggering 100,000 dollars is, apparently, shot with an ex-boyfriend when she was 18 years old.