Who? Canadian pop singer.
Real? No, a lookalike fake.
Carly Rae Jepsen became an overnight teen pop sensation in 2012 with the song “Call Me Maybe”. You’ve probably heard it once or twice.
Along with fame and riches came various nude photo and sex tape rumors.
In July 2012, some alleged nude photos of Carly Rae Jepsen made the rounds online. Her representatives stated, “This is 200% NOT Carly”. And they were right — the photos were actually of a model/camgirl named Destiny Benedict. The real Benedict tweeted about the confusion, “Being mistaken for Carly Rae … Anal maybe?”
A few weeks later, TMZ reported about another set of Jepsen nude photos. The singer had reportedly become the “latest victim of a perverted hacker — who stole XXX photos of the singer from her computer and tried to sell them to various media outlets.” In May 2013, hacker Christopher David Long pled guilty to criminal mischief and possession of stolen property in the case. These alleged stolen nude photos of Carly Rae Jepsen never leaked publicly.
Right around the same time, still in July 2012, Perez Hilton reported that “a video has surfaced on the net depicting a young woman who bears a STRIKING resembelance to Carly Rae Jepsen having all sorts of intimate time with a gentleman caller!” A zillion other gossip sites picked up the story. Jepsen tweeted in response, “Crazy morning. Discovered that someone put up a sex tape claiming to be me. Ridiculous. Obviously not me.” And she was right, it was obviously not her, just some girl who vaguely resembles her.
You can find the not really Carly Rae Jepsen sex tape on several tube sites. The blurry cellphone clip runs four minutes and 40 seconds. Some girl with dark hair and bangs flashes her boobs, shakes her butt, then goes down on the dude holding the cellphone. The Katy Perry song “E.T.” plays in the background.