During this morning's Opie & Anthony show of Opie categorically denied the story's veracity and offered $100,000 to anyone who can produce the tape.
Below is an excerpt from the New York Post article:
Gregg "Opie" Hughes is said to be livid over an X-rated romp starring his stunning blond fiancée, known by her first name, Lindsay, and MTV wildman Bam Margera. A disgruntled ex-employee of the radio duo recently acquired rights to the video from Margera and it's soon to be released on a pay-for-play Web site, reports Steppin' Out's Chaunce Hayden. "They're doing the nasty - and I mean nasty," Hayden says. "Hughes is taking legal action to prevent its distribution. Apparently, he's so distraught, he's banned the name 'Bam' from being mentioned on the show." Hayden says Lindsay was living in Philadelphia, Margera's stomping grounds, when she met him and made the tape "to gain some exposure." This was before Lindsay began dating Hughes.But Opie denies that a tape exists and that he has even sought out legal action - pointing out that any legal action would be public record and that no such record exists.
In addition, Opie offered $100,000 to anyone who can produce a copy of the sex tape.
Listen to Opie talk about the sex tape below:
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