Emma Stone may strike fans as the lovable and adorable geek who could do no such harm. However, recent stories have been emerging all over the web about an alleged sex tape Stone had done back in her younger years. Are the rumors true that "Vogue's Best Dressed Woman of 2012" has such provocative tape?
The 24-year old star, Emma Stone, is known for a lot of movies. Stone plays the hilarious, geeky and lovely blonde, ginger or red-haired lady in a lot of movies. A few for which Stone is known are "Easy A", "The Amazing Spiderman" and "Crazy Stupid Love." Despite looking oh-so innocent, it is said that Andrew Garfield's girlfriend has quite the crazy past.
Rumors have been circulating online of a sex tape starring the one and only Emma Stone. According to reports, Emma had made a sex tape long before she had dated Andrew Garfield.
"She made it long before she started dating Andrew Garfield, and before she really became a household name. She was just young and probably thought nothing would ever come of it.' The tape has not been shopped around yet," says the source to Radar Online.
"The tape remains in the hands of the person she made it with. But that doesn't mean there's any guarantee that it won't eventually hit the market. The higher Emma's star rises, the more valuable that tape becomes." added the source.
Now isn't that just the way Hollywood goes? Someone rises up to fame and a whole new skeleton inside the closet emerges. The opposite can be said of course for Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian who only rose to fame following the release of their individual sex tapes.
However, the source goes on to add that Emma might just release the tape herself for fame.
"Emma's really happy with her career and proud of where she is," explains the source.
"There's no way she would organise the release of the tape; in fact, she would fight to stop it. She has no respect for women like Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton who became famous because they released a sex tape," continued the source.
Hopefully, whoever has been spreading such malicious lies would get a better job. Representatives of Stone still not have spoken up regarding the issue.
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