Adult website Unfiltrd offers porn star Moriah Mills $1 million to sign over exclusive rights to her alleged sex tape with NBA star Zion Williamson
- The app also promises a video launch party in the city of New Orleans.
- Mills has posted multiple times about an alleged tape of the two.
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Bidding has begun on a potential sex tape that porn star Moriah Mills may or may not have of her and New Orleans Pelicans star Zion Williamson.
A fan subscription site, Unfiltrd, offers Mills $1 million to obtain the exclusive rights to the alleged recording.
This offer comes after the adult artist threatened to release the video once he learned that Williamson is expecting a child with his girlfriend, Ahkeema.
“Unfiltrd is gaining popularity due to the addition of household names in the adult entertainment industry,” said Stephanie Matto, founder and CEO of Unfiltrd.
“We’re confident that Mills will be able to monetize his explicit content on Unfiltrd in ways he won’t be able to anywhere else.”
A fan subscription app offers Moriah Mills $1 million for a sex tape of her and Zion Williamson
Mills has previously posted on Twitter, threatening to release the alleged tapes publicly.
Mills has posted many times to try to get Williamson’s attention. This has included a video of herself getting a ‘tattoo’ of Zion Williamson’s name on her face and a positive pregnancy test.
This proposition includes the rights to videos and direct messages between her and Williamson. It also includes a video launch event that will take place at a nightclub in New Orleans.
Mills’ management was contacted last Sunday with a one-week deadline to respond, which means it must do so by July 2. It is not clear if Mills accepted or rejected the offer.
The grown-up entertainer has spent the past few weeks publicly attacking the striker on social media after Williamson posted behind-the-scenes footage of a gender reveal party for his soon-to-be son.
Mills has been trying to get Williamson’s attention, to which he has not made any public comment.
Her attempts have included posting an image of a positive pregnancy test to her Instagram story. She also posted a poll asking his followers what they should name her son, with the options ‘Junior’ and ‘Zoriah’, a mix of Zion and Moriah.
Williamson and his girlfriend shared a behind-the-scenes look at their gender reveal on June 6.
All of this seems to suggest that the child is Williamson’s, however there is no publicly available evidence to determine whether or not this is the case.
Mills also posted a video of herself getting a ‘tattoo’ of Zion’s name on her face.
However, there are a number of indicators that this was fake, including a full face of makeup she had on the area being tattooed, as well as a lack of redness and swelling around the area.
Additionally, in subsequent social media posts, Mills has avoided showing the side of his face the tattoo was allegedly on.
He has also gone on lengthy rants of multiple posts on Twitter and Instagram, which led to both accounts being temporarily suspended.
Mills has also previously uploaded several screenshots of alleged conversations she and Williamson sent, including messages about Zion sending money and offering to book a flight for her.
Williamson has also been described as a “nasty sex addict” by Yamille Taylor, a “digital creator”.
In the caption of the posts containing those screenshots, Mills wrote: “Where’s my wire transfer Zion Williamson you’re a liar and a cheater where the hell is my money,” before including the Pelicans and urging them to “trade this fraud’.
In many other tweets, Mills claimed that “it’s over for you” and insisted that “the light on his NBA career will dim once the sex tapes are released.”
Williamson has yet to comment of any kind on this situation. But others have made accusations similar to Mills’s.
Weeks ago, a third woman, Yamille Taylor, slammed the former Duke player, calling him a “sex addict.”
While all this drama was going on, Williamson donated $250,000 through his foundation to students in the Jefferson Parish School District outside of New Orleans, according to ESPN.