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Chad Ochocinco's Sex Tape Leaks, Evelyn Lozada Reacts

December 26, 2012, 2:36 am GMT

The ex-wife of the former Miami Dolphins calls the video that documents his sex escapade 'old news' and denies she knows any of his partners.



Chad Ochocinco made headlines for the wrong reason on Christmas Day. The former NFL star became talk of the town as a homemade sex tape featuring him and two females hit the web. He confirmed that the steamy video did exist but it's not new. He said the video was filmed three years ago in a hotel room in Florida.

The story was sort of confirmed by Evelyn Lozada. Saying she's aware of the existence of the video a long time ago, Chad's former wife denied rumor that she knew one of the females. "LMFAO @MediaTakeOut. Those chicks in the video are not my 'friends,' and the video is old news over here in my circle. Merry Christmas, f**ks!" she tweeted.

The NSFW tape is previewed in a video that contains photos of Chad's sex escapade. Despite his statement earlier this year that he would try his hands on porn if he couldn't do well in NFL, the footballer insisted he didn't leak the video. To TMZ, he said he considered legal action to remove the video from the internet.

Chad got divorced from Evelyn after just one month of marriage following a head-butting incident in a heated argument. Reconciliation rumors have since floated around the web since she dropped her restraining order against him. They have repeatedly exchanged tweets including comments about his leaked sex tape.

When one his Twitter followers asked if the video was going to stop him and Evelyn from reconciling, the ex-Miami Dolphins member replied, "F**k no, it's 3/4years old." He also re-tweeted his former wife's denial about her connection with one of his partners in the sex tape.

When she herself was quizzed about what she got for Chad as a Christmas gift, the "Basketball Wives" star joked, "A sex tape."

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