Ray J claims Kris Jenner wanted three sex tapes from him and Kim

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Ray J is threatening to sue Kris Jenner in connection with her daughter Kim Kardashian's 2002 sex tape and is making fresh claims about the momager's involvement.

The Celebrity Big Brother star, 41, uploaded several Instagram posts on Saturday, in which he threatened to take both women to court for defamation. He told the mother and daughter in no uncertain terms: "You have f***ed with the wrong person."

It comes after Kris took a lie detector test on The Late Late Show With James Cordon on Thursday, and responded "No" to the question, "Did you help Kim release her sex tape?" Ultimately, the polygrapher confirmed she was telling the truth.

In one of Ray's posts, which was 44 minutes long, he claims there were three different tapes as opposed to just one. He goes on to claim that 66-year-old Kris handpicked the one in which her daughter Kim looked best.

"[Kim's] momma made me go and shoot [the other two videos] for safety," he said. "She watched it motherf***er and said 'We're gonna go with the first one cause it's better, it gives my daughter a better look than the second one I made y'all go and do.'"

In the lengthy video, the actor and producer proceeds to show the contract with Vivid Entertainment, the company that released the x-rated tape. Three tapes are listed in the contract and Kim apparently filled out the section describing said tapes. Ray claims the SKIMS founder wrote the section by hand in order to speed up the process.

He claims both he and Kim, whom he dated between 2002 and 2006, reached a deal with Vivid for $400,000 each and 12.5% of the profits for each of the tapes. He also slammed John Grogan - who carried out the lie detector test on show - for being a "fraud".

Ray, who was born William Ray Norwood Jr, also shared messages he sent Kim in April after an episode of The Kardashians aired, centering around the sex tape. At the time, Kim denied that a second sex tape existed.

Ray wrote: "You know what we did! Your mom controlled this whole sex tape deal with Joe Francis and [Vivid CEO] Steve Hirsch - it was her idea to put out the tape with Vivid. All I did was agree.

"Now you want to make it seem like I’m doing it again without your control. All those fake tears. Your fans trusting you to be honest and sincere but it’s all fake for the cameras. I was playing my part until you started doing all of this!

"What are you trying to ruin me when you know I was just a player in this! You have to stop believing you own lies! I have to let the world know the real [because] you’ve taken it too far now. Somebody needs to explain the play you are doing to me ASAP or I will have no choice but to protect my brand and family and expose real."

One message by Kim, featured in the video, read: "It was upsetting to have to deal with and I am sure can understand how that feels. My 'burn them to the ground' comment was a generalization to anyone threatening to hold this over my head 20 years later.

"We are both parents now with young kids and careers and I’m sure you want to move on from this just like I do. But your manager is the person who brought this all up out of nowhere and I have a right to share how it affected me."

She continued: "Next week’s episode airs where Kanye brings me the computer and he says he got back from you, which shows you in a positive light for giving that to him. Thank you for doing that.

"Just spoke with my team. We will get something out tomorrow morning to clarify that this was a joke and that you would never gave done something like this. Hope this helps and I’m sorry [too]."

Ray then doubled down on his claim that he did not leak the infamous tape.

He wrote: "Why are you such a liar? I would think you would slow it down after you lied your way to fame. I’m watching you cry about something you put out – and it’s not even real tears.

"How can you cry about something you put out? Joe Francis and [your] mo are the real players in this! You’ve defamed my name and tried to kill my career but God didn’t allow you to. Now you trying to do it again. I’m ashamed of myself for letting you do this to me for so long. You can never deny what you did."

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Ray J claims Kris Jenner wanted three sex tapes from him and Kim

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By VT

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Ray J is threatening to sue Kris Jenner in connection with her daughter Kim Kardashian's 2002 sex tape and is making fresh claims about the momager's involvement.

The Celebrity Big Brother star, 41, uploaded several Instagram posts on Saturday, in which he threatened to take both women to court for defamation. He told the mother and daughter in no uncertain terms: "You have f***ed with the wrong person."

It comes after Kris took a lie detector test on The Late Late Show With James Cordon on Thursday, and responded "No" to the question, "Did you help Kim release her sex tape?" Ultimately, the polygrapher confirmed she was telling the truth.

In one of Ray's posts, which was 44 minutes long, he claims there were three different tapes as opposed to just one. He goes on to claim that 66-year-old Kris handpicked the one in which her daughter Kim looked best.

"[Kim's] momma made me go and shoot [the other two videos] for safety," he said. "She watched it motherf***er and said 'We're gonna go with the first one cause it's better, it gives my daughter a better look than the second one I made y'all go and do.'"

In the lengthy video, the actor and producer proceeds to show the contract with Vivid Entertainment, the company that released the x-rated tape. Three tapes are listed in the contract and Kim apparently filled out the section describing said tapes. Ray claims the SKIMS founder wrote the section by hand in order to speed up the process.

He claims both he and Kim, whom he dated between 2002 and 2006, reached a deal with Vivid for $400,000 each and 12.5% of the profits for each of the tapes. He also slammed John Grogan - who carried out the lie detector test on show - for being a "fraud".

Ray, who was born William Ray Norwood Jr, also shared messages he sent Kim in April after an episode of The Kardashians aired, centering around the sex tape. At the time, Kim denied that a second sex tape existed.

Ray wrote: "You know what we did! Your mom controlled this whole sex tape deal with Joe Francis and [Vivid CEO] Steve Hirsch - it was her idea to put out the tape with Vivid. All I did was agree.

"Now you want to make it seem like I’m doing it again without your control. All those fake tears. Your fans trusting you to be honest and sincere but it’s all fake for the cameras. I was playing my part until you started doing all of this!

"What are you trying to ruin me when you know I was just a player in this! You have to stop believing you own lies! I have to let the world know the real [because] you’ve taken it too far now. Somebody needs to explain the play you are doing to me ASAP or I will have no choice but to protect my brand and family and expose real."

One message by Kim, featured in the video, read: "It was upsetting to have to deal with and I am sure can understand how that feels. My 'burn them to the ground' comment was a generalization to anyone threatening to hold this over my head 20 years later.

"We are both parents now with young kids and careers and I’m sure you want to move on from this just like I do. But your manager is the person who brought this all up out of nowhere and I have a right to share how it affected me."

She continued: "Next week’s episode airs where Kanye brings me the computer and he says he got back from you, which shows you in a positive light for giving that to him. Thank you for doing that.

"Just spoke with my team. We will get something out tomorrow morning to clarify that this was a joke and that you would never gave done something like this. Hope this helps and I’m sorry [too]."

Ray then doubled down on his claim that he did not leak the infamous tape.

He wrote: "Why are you such a liar? I would think you would slow it down after you lied your way to fame. I’m watching you cry about something you put out – and it’s not even real tears.

"How can you cry about something you put out? Joe Francis and [your] mo are the real players in this! You’ve defamed my name and tried to kill my career but God didn’t allow you to. Now you trying to do it again. I’m ashamed of myself for letting you do this to me for so long. You can never deny what you did."

Featured image credit: MediaPunch Inc / Alamy