Talk about McSteamy! On Monday, a nude tape in which the Grey's Anatomy star and wife Rebecca Gayheart stripped down with a former Miss Teen USA was leaked online. The 12-minute video -- filmed two years ago at Peniche's apartment -- reportedly involves only nudity and no sex. Instead, they lay naked in bed, relax in a Jacuzzi tub and discuss their porn names.
In 1988, the Brothers & Sisters star was involved in a sex scandal over a videotape of him having sex with two women, one of whom was allegedly 16 years old. One portion of the tape was sold as one of the first commercially available celebrity sex tapes. He later entered a rehabilitation center for sex addiction.
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Tonya Harding and Jeff Gillooly
The former U.S. figure skating champion is best known for conspiring with her then-husband, Jeff Gillooly, to attack competitor Nancy Kerrigan, but the pair also made headlines with the release of their "Wedding Video" sex tape. The video -- the gown she wears is actually a Halloween costume -- was made in the early '90s, but Gillooly sold the video, and stills from it were published by Penthouse magazine in 1994.
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Pamela Anderson And Tommy Lee
The former Baywatch star and the Motley Crue drummer had quite a honeymoon! After a home video of their lovemaking was stolen from their home and leaked online in 1998, she sued the distribution company. The couple won $1.5 million in damages but were unable to stop its distribution.
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A 2002 tape allegedly showing the R&B singer having sex with an underage girl led to a child pornography trial. After six years, he was eventually acquitted of all charges.
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Paris Hilton And Rick Salomon
Night-vision never looked so scandalous! The socialite and her then-boyfriend recorded themselves having sex in a dark hotel room, and its 2003 release rocketed her to fame. 1 Night in Paris was sold commercially, and Hilton -- who later sued her ex for exploiting her -- now receives profits.
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The frontman for Limp Bizkit's video -- of him having sex with an unknown woman -- was supposedly leaked online by a repairman who had been fixing his computer in 2005. He later sued Gawker.com and nine other websites for publishing it. He was awarded $70 million.
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Pamela Anderson And Bret Michaels
A sex tape featuring Anderson and the Rock of Love star -- that actually predated her recorded tryst with Tommy Lee -- surfaced in 2005. The four-minute video was also released as a DVD.
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Colin Farrell And Nicole Narain
The Irish actor sued his ex-girlfriend, Playboy model Nicole Narain, over the unauthorized public distribution of a 14-minute sex tape that they made in 2003. Although he confirmed its existence and obtained a court order blocking its distribution, in January 2006, copies of the tape appeared online.
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In 2006, the one-time Saved by the Bell star authorized the release of a 40-minute sex tape in the hopes that it would bring in profits Unfortunately for Screech, the video -- nicknamed Saved by the Smell, it reportedly shows the comedian luring bachelorette partygoers to his motel -- did little to boost his lackluster career.
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Kim Kardashian And Ray J
The Keeping Up with the Kardashians star followed in the footsteps of her pal Paris Hilton when she admitted to having a sex tape of her made by then-boyfriend, R&B singer Ray J. The footage, which was leaked in 2007, likely contributed to the similarly timed debut of her family's E! reality sho
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Verne Troyer And Renae Shrider
Best known for his role as Mini-Me in the Austin Powers franchise, the actor sued over the 2008 release of a sex tape between himself and 22-year-old aspiring model Renae Shrider. He was able to arrive at a settlement with the distributor -- the same producer that released Paris Hilton's tape -- after successfully having a portion of the footage removed from TMZ.com.