Carly Rae Jepsen Sex Tape and Nude Photos Are Fake

Carly Rae Jepsen, the cute Canadian behind the annoyingly catchy hit song “Call Me Maybe” has been getting a lot of attention lately, but not just for her music. On July 23, celebrity blogger Perez Hilton claimed to have a sex tape featuring Jepsen, posting grainy photos from the movie on his website. However, the blurry images of a brunette in various compromising positions are not Jepsen and the movie is now being deemed a fake. Yet, there are new allegations that there are “real” nude photos of the up-and-coming pop star, which seem like nothing more than another publicity stunt by a young musician and her PR team.

I’ll admit that I’m a closeted Jepsen fan. Her tunes aren’t the most complex, but they make the perfect soundtrack to a sunny summer day. However, the more she continues to profit off of the press surrounding her sex tapes, the more it becomes clear that Jepsen isn’t just another tween phenomenon. Despite her youthful appearance and friendship with teen stars Justin Bieber and Selena Gomez, Jepsen is actually 26-years-old. That’s still relatively young, but it does seem a little suspicious that she is being promoted as a teen star and hanging out with kids who just turned hot, ready and legal a few days ago.

Even though Jepsen jumped on Twitter to deny the accusations that she made an adult film debut, she wouldn’t be the first person to benefit from a scandal like this. After watching the meteoric rise of Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian after the release of their sex tapes, PR 101 tells us that creating rumors of one is a surefire way to get attention. However, the public is a little jaded when it comes to scandals like these and they know the steps to create a media sensation as well as any good Hollywood publicist.

Whether there are nude photos of Jepsen or not, the girl is still climbing the charts with her infectious songs. Looks like she’s a believer in the old adage that any press is good press. It’s working in her favor now, but it’s hard to say how much longer Jepsen will be having a “Good Time” with all this public scrutiny.