The lawsuit might actually take hold though because Gawker hosted the movie for a few hours instead of just linking to it. The situation is not without its sense of humor though. In typical Gawker style, they wrote what they felt like writing and sent a few shots back at Fred and his lawyers as well:.
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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.
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Late Tuesday night, an amateur porn video of Limp Bizkit lead singer Fred Durst and an unknown woman hit the Internet. Schmidt, a Phoenix-based publicist who has made a business out of representing celebrities for the sale of nude photos, said that people describing themselves as hackers who stole the video from Durst's PC had approached him to cut a deal with the singer. The video appeared online after the purported hackers backed out of the talks, Schmidt said.
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Outraged that his computer was allegedly hacked when it was sent in for repairs, Limp Bizkit frontman Fred Durst is suing Web sites that have posted raunchy video clips of him, according to court papers obtained by the Smoking Gun Web site. The pudgy rap-rocker, 33, says the clips were never intended for public consumption and that his privacy has been invaded. Several of the sites that showed Durst romping with a girlfriend in have subsequently yanked the images.
Though the explicit clip features the words "T-Mobile Terrorist" on it, the Limp Bizkit singer said the footage was definitely not stolen from his PDA. Somebody that was repairing my computer was smart enough to go through anything he could [and found the movie]. What can I say? I'm not proud of it.