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Iggy Azalea Threatens Legal Action Over Alleged Sex Tape

A new report suggests that lawyers for the 'Fancy' hitmaker have warned a major adult movie company, saying that the name 'Iggy' is protected by U.S. Trademark.

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Iggy Azalea's lawyers reportedly have sent a letter to a major adult movie company to tell them to back off. An alleged sex tape featuring the Australian raptress reportedly has been shopped around and Vivid entertainment is interested in buying it. A new TMZ report, however, claims that Azalea's camp has threatened legal action over the alleged video.

The "Fancy" hitmaker's lawyers have told the company that the name "Iggy" is protected by U.S. Trademark and that the name can only be used by the star. The report, however, further alleges that the company is still trying to buy the X-rated video.

Shortly after reports that an alleged sex tape featuring Azalea made rounds a few days ago, the 24-year-old star took to Twitter to denied its existence. "Obviously I've seen the news feed today and i just want to say I don't have a sex tape, but for the record anyone who releases or attempts to make profit off someone else's intimate moments against their will is a sex offender," she said.

Later, a Houston-based rapper named Hefe Wine who reportedly is featured in the video said that the video was authentic. According to Wine, Azalea was 18 when he first met her and that she was "100% fully aware" that they were making a video. Wine additionally said that he was not the one who's trying to sell the footage, insisting that his computer was stolen a couple of months ago.

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