Even Porn Watchers Want Nothing to Do With Casey Anthony; Vivid Nixes Offer

Even Porn Watchers Want Nothing to Do With Casey Anthony; Vivid Nixes Offer Just in case the question ever crossed your mind: yes, porn consumers do in fact have standards.

Representatives from adult entertainment giant Vivid Entertainment confirmed following Casey Anthony's acquittal this past week on first-degree murder and child-abuse charges that they had offered an undisclosed amount for the accused murderess to make a porno.

Imagine Vivid's surprise when fans let them know in no uncertain terms that they'd never watch it, though Anthony is not bad-looking. As a result, Vivid announced that they've publicly withdrawn their offer.

Looks like she'll just have to settle for the various book and interview offers that have come her way in a matter of days.

"It has become obvious to us that Vivid fans, and people in general, want nothing to do with her and that includes a XXX movie," said a Vivid representative. "We want to make movies that people want to watch and we now believe that we underestimated the emotional response that people are having to the verdict. A movie starring Casey Anthony is not what people want to see."

In doing so, Vivid may have actually acknowledged a world-first: the porno that absolutely nobody wanted to watch.

Anthony's representation hasn't fared much better. Paradigm Talent Agency reversed course and decided against representing Anthony's attorney Jose Baez, who was to negotiate broadcast, book, film and TV movie rights through the agency.

And that might be another one: the only time an entertainment agency will actually tell someone "We don't want your money."

 
 
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