from www.nydailynews.com – While one “Jerseylicious” star is hoping a naughty video can make him a pretty penny, another is putting her foot down to make sure it never sees the light of day.
According to a source, Lorenzo Gangala , a fixture on the Style Network reality show that follows the travails of the Gatsby Salon in Green Brook, N.J., is shopping a hardcore, “two-hour sex tape” that features himself and Olivia Blois Sharpe .
“It’s one of the steamiest sex tapes I have ever seen,” says the source.
But Bloise Sharpe, who just happens to be Gangala’s ex-girlfriend, is refusing to cooperate with her former flame and the company interested in purchasing the explicit video.
Gangala, says our source, is looking to bank $100,000 from the sale of the tape, which was made before “Jerseylicious” debuted in 2009. The dirty.com reported late last year that Gangala was looking to sell the tape, but we’re told that Vivid Entertainment, a pornographic film production company, is very interested in snapping it up.
But for the sale to go through, Vivid is requiring Blois Sharpe give the production company her blessing in the form of her John Hancock.
And, according to our source, that just might be the hardest sell of them all.
“Olivia is freaking out and refusing to sign a release,” says the source.
The Los Angeles-based Vivid, one of the biggest names in the porn industry, is famous for distributing the Tommy Lee and Pamela Anderson sex tape, “Pam & Tommy Lee Hardcore & Uncensored,” in 1998 and Kim Kardashian ’s sex tape with Ray J , “Kim Kardashian, Superstar,” that rocketed her to fame in 2007.
“Olivia does not want this out,” says the source.
Adding to the drama, Gangala previously was involved with Blois Sharpe’s co-star and “enemy” on the show, Tracy DiMarco . And Blois Sharpe, whose current boyfriend, Mikey Aktari , also appears on the show, has not been shy in the past expressing her disdain for Gangala.
“He’s a liar, a cheater ,” Blois Sharpe has said on the show. “He’s a very good liar and manipulator.”
A rep for Blois Sharpe did not return our request for comment
“Jerseylicious” has been on the air for four seasons. Although the Style Network might not be known for its dramatic reality series, the show has gained attention, and viewers, thanks to its focus on the drama between the salon’s co-workers, which often has led to physical confrontations.
Our attempt to reach Vivid Entertainment owner Steven Hirsch was unsuccessful, and a voice message left for Gangala was not returned before deadline.