A mystery buyer has contacted Vivid Entertainment, the company that released Kim Kardashian's sex tape, looking to have it completely removed from the market.
"The party we represent does not intend to distribute or broadcast the 'tape,' but hopes to completely remove it from the market," the mystery buyer's lawyer told TMZ.
Numbers tossed around have reached as high as $30 million.
Ray J, the tape's co-star is fine with it being sold, as long as he's well compensated.
The singer's lawyer sent Vivid a letter that TMZ obtained stating "any attempts to transfer the copyright outside of these parameters will result in filing a motion with the courts to seek an injunction of any sale until Ray J's rights are protected."
Ray J's lawyer says his client's career has been tainted by the sex tape.
"My client rarely has a conversation with industry professionals where the Tape has not been mentioned or questioned ... no amount of money can relieve him from this nightmare."
Translation; pay me a lot of money and I'll be cool.