In a 2Day FM breakfast segment, prolific television presenter Grant Denyer has made the admission that he filmed a sex tape when he was 18, and fears that it could be leaked someday.
The revelation, as part of 2Day FM’s Breakfast with Grant, Ed & Ash, Breakfast with Grant, Ed & Ash, was sparked by a discussion about a leaked sex tape involving two Penrith Panther players last Friday, a matter that is currently being investigated by the NRL.
Co-hosts Ash London and Ed Kavalee stated that Denyer was “pretty vanilla”, prompting them to ask whether he had ever made “an intimate tape”.
His response: “There is one out there. I don’t know where it is, I don’t know who’s got it”.
He explained that he had filmed it in 1994, saying: “I had just turned 18, and I had an older girlfriend, and I didn’t have a camera.
“I borrowed a Sony Handycam from the media department at high school”.
Denyer claims that he used the excuse: “Yeah, I’ve just gotta make a short film for my project for end of year high school certificate”.
He said that, initially, he was pleased with the result, saying: “It felt naughty, it felt a bit spicy and we were comfortable with each other”.
However, the story took a turn when Denyer revealed that he may have forgotten to delete the explicit video.
“I’m not even sure that I sent the camera back, and erased the footage,” Denyer confessed.
“What scares me about that being out there is that somewhere someone’s got it or seen it, and I’m worried.
“It’s been my fear my whole life that it could one day come out and ruin my career”.
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