Unexpectedly, he accused her of releasing it to make money.
The tape was stolen and it ended up online for the eyes of the public.
A graduate of NYU's Tisch School of the Arts, Jeff started his career at Ain't It Cool News before moving to Los Angeles to write for Variety and later, TheWrap and Mashable.
In November 1997, two years after the original footage was stolen, Pam and Tomy signed the copyright over to Club Love founder Seth Warshavsky, who later cut a deal with Vivid Entertainment to legally sell physical copies of the movie on DVD, VHS and yes, wait for CD-ROM.
As we are waiting for this, we present you.
Instead, Craig Gillespie will direct the eight-episode series, which was written by Rob Siegel The Wrestler.
Her first husband Ojani Noa recorded the couple having sex and now his business partner threatens to unveil the film for the world to see.
Production is expected to start in the spring.