You are a B-list celebrity… A wedding night porn video of you has just hit the Internet, and now you are expected to go into damage control mode. Some wonder whether you secretly engineered the release. How should your PR firm respond?
- Issue a press release weeks after the video debuts.
- Make sure everyone knows that you are not happy about the video appearing on the Internet.
The sharp-witted, vibrant reality television star Jenna Lewis is fighting mad over the recent airing of her personal videos over the Internet.
- Plug the site carrying the video that you are “fighting mad” over.
only to be embarrassed by the emergence of the footage on the Internet, which first appeared on realitytail.com.
- Hint that your exclusive story is about to be awarded to the highest bidder – hint, hint, hint.
Jenna Lewis has been turning down hordes of interview requests but is rumored to be close to choosing the media outlet to grant an exclusive interview.
The interview will include addressing of the recent “sex tape scandal” of Jenna and her husband and other private matters, and will explain their next course of action.Crisis averted…
Update: Defamer claims the Lewis “Lewis is steadfastly C-list. She couldn’t get on the B-list if she was filmed giving Vin Diesel a reacharound.”
Well we don’t know about that, but upon careful examination of the evidence her “twins” are much closer to B than C – if you know what we mean…