Severina Vuckovic, 32, sued the www.index.hr web portal for publishing shots of her having sex with a man later identified as a wealthy Bosnian Croat businessman who is married with children. Her lawyers demanded the video be shown in court.
In a separate motion, the defendants also asked that a court-appointed sex expert see the video to determine if Vuckovic had "demonstrated anything not previously seen in the porn industry", which could qualify for copyright, Hina said. "I do not think she has shown any new sexual art," the portal's owner, Matija Babic, told the agency.The stills and whole 11-minute video clip quickly became the hottest Internet item in the former Yugoslav republic, where Vuckovic is a sex symbol but has often projected a modest and religious image.
Vuckovic said it was stolen from her private collection.
Severina Vuckovic continues her rise on the web following her urgent plea to the public to return or destroy photos of her making love. Vuckovic claims the photos, along with an 11-minute video, were stolen from her private collection, eventually showing up on the Internet. Hang in there, Severina, fame is fame. This could work out.