Camille Donatacci Grammer's soft-core porn past (pics NSFW)

the erotic films: Marilyn Chambers' Bedtime Stories(1993) and The Naked Detective (1996).


According to IMDB, The Naked Detectives follows "a low-rent private dick" who tries to discover which heir is trying to kill a wealthy old man. In his pursuit he meets a variety of attractive women who " engage him in all sorts of unpredictable and zany sexual situations spoofing the detective genre clichés." Unfortunately neither film is available on Netflix, but undoubtedly they will soon experience a celebrated re-release.


I doubt this "negative" publicity will do much to impair Camille's fame or her chances of finding another wealthy Beverly Hills husband. Even though she won't return for a second season of The Real Housewives, Camille is expected to claim $50 million in her divorce settlement from her husband of thirteen years.


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Camille Grammer may not have a sex tape with her soon to be ex-husband, Kelsey, but she does appear naked in at least two erotic films from the mid-90s. Apparently Camille's former castmates from The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills have been sending around a press release style email titled, "The Morally Corrupt Camille Donatacci Grammer," in order to expose Camille's past.

In addition to doing some nude modeling for Playboy, the reality star also simulated sex in

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