Usher Hunting Down Stolen Sex Tape

Usher, 2014
Miller Mobley

Usher photographed on October 17, 2014 at the Liacouras Center in Philadelphia.

Maybe Usher should call his next album Looking 4 My Sex Tape.

The singer's team is hot on the trail of an unknown suspect who's been trying to sell a sex tape featuring Usher and ex-wife Tameka Raymond, according to TMZ.

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Back in 2009, someone broke into Usher's car and stole two laptops, two video cameras and approximately a million dollars worth of jewelry (the offense report was filed in January 2010). From that theft, the suspect obtained the video, which saw no buyers, probably because it was stolen property that would have landed both parties in big trouble. Peddling the video to adult film companies would require legal permission from Usher, which is probably why the suspect has been exploring other options.

Leading Usher's legal team is lawyer Mark Geragos, who recently helped Chris Brown end a pair of lawsuits with relatively tiny settlements. If he does uncover the stolen goods, it's probably best to just let that hard drive burn.


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