The paparazzi photographer, whom Britney dated during her breakdown, has offered it for sale inviting the highest bid and says he will make the sale if he's offered the right price. "There is such a tape," the Daily Star quoted him as saying. "But I won't discuss prices. Unless there is a locked-in deal, I will go no further," he added.
Ghalib, who previously restrained himself from selling the video owing to a series of threats from angry fans, has alleged it was shot while the duo was holidaying in Mexico in January. Meanwhile, Britney's family is shocked and fears that the leak could threaten her comeback following her public meltdown. Moreover, her family believes that it would be devastating for the recovering singer if she were to be disgraced by being put up on porn sites.
A source close to her said: "This could send her over the edge again. It will cause her a lot of embarrassment and torment. It's appalling that this guy would do something like this just to get rich quick."