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Create an account on Neowin to contribute and support the site. The Limp Bizkit rocker is the latest celebrity victim of the self-described 'T-Mobile terrorist,' who first struck Paris Hilton earlier this week. The three-minute clip of hardcore action had been captured and stored by Durst on his videophone. Law officials believe the video was hacked by the same person who unveiled the contents of Hilton's Sidekick to the world. But I admire your guy to post link to a porn, which will result in your warning level increase. It is true but, in true Neowin style, I'm gonna moan at you since this was posted a gazillion times. Fred Durst has come out and said it: he doesn? That three minute sex clip?
One week and countless downloads after a homemade sex tape featuring Fred Durst first hit the Internet, lawyers for the Limp Bizkit frontman filed a copyright-infringement lawsuit against several of the Web sites that posted still images and video footage of the rocker's X-rated romp. The Firm, Limp Bizkit's management team, issued a statement regarding the lawsuit on Monday March 7 , which reads, "In filing these lawsuits, it is not our goal to make any money, but to make sure no one sells these tapes or implies that it was ever Fred's intention to sell them himself. According to the lawsuit filed Wednesday in U. Both matters are being investigated by the Secret Service as "connected" events. Various Web sites that merely posted links to other sites that were airing the video — which Durst admits he shot himself — were also named in the suit. Durst's lawyers have requested temporary restraining orders that would prohibit all of those same companies from further displaying footage from the couple's coital collaboration. The only way to stop all the other sites from hosting and making cash off the video is to file suit. Then, the suit is taken and practically used as a press release by the media. The press adds up the total number of damages someone could be sued for if they insisted on continuing to host the video and infringing on all of our various rights, and use the big number to attract viewers or readers to their story.