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Brittney Deal Change at Sineplex

VAN NUYS, CA – Sineplex Entertainment announces their deal with Brittney Skye has changed. Skye will continue to act and direct in Sineplex videos however the deal is no longer exclusive. Brittney will be allowed to direct and act in other videos for any other adult companies.

“We looked over the deal and decided that it would work best for both parties if the deal was non-exclusive. Brittney will still be in charge of her own series and will continue to direct for Sineplex.” Said Sineplex spokesman Travis Nestor.

Skye will be heading to Russia tomorrow to shoot the first installment of Brittney’s Perversions. The first title will be available in January of 2004.

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