Screech Sex Tape Uncovered
'Saved by the Bell' actor caught in a threesome
The former child star joins the ranks of Paris Hilton, Tommy Lee and Colin Farrell as the celebrity star of his very own a sex tape, reports the New York Daily News Daily Dish.
Entertainment agent David Hans Schmidt acquired the rights to the video, which features Diamond in a menage a trois with two women. Although most of the raunchy details have been kept under wraps, word is that some "bodily functions" and the "Dirty Sanchez" are featured acts in the sex romp.
"Just when you think you have seen everything in this business," says Schmidt, "mankind has raised the bar another notch. Or lowered it."
He is currently shopping the 40-minute video -- with the working title "Saved by the Smell" -- around town to Larry Flynt, Vivid or other major adult video distributors.
Unlike other celebrities, Diamond may not have a problem with the illicit video falling into the public's hands.
"I haven't seen the tape," says the actor's manager, Roger Paul. "I've heard rumors. Dustin has been trying to escape the Screech typecast. So this may help me get more bookings."
Diamond, 29, is best known for playing the rather scrawny and annoying Samuel "Screech" Powers on the teen sitcom "Saved by the Bell" and all its spinoffs. In 2002, he went on "Celebrity Boxing 2" to take down "Welcome Back, Kotter" actor Ron Palillo, aka Horshack, and appeared as himself in the film "Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star." He's scheduled to appear on an upcoming episode of ABC's new sitcom "The Knights of Prosperity."
In June, Diamond claimed that because of a foreclosure, he would soon be homeless. He began to sell T-shirts reading, "I paid $15.00 to save Screeech's [sic] house," to raise funds, went on the Howard Stern show to plead his cause and even planned a telethon before suspicioous behavior halted his efforts. In Septmeber, the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reported that while the foreclosure was real, Diamond's imminent homelessness was exaggerated and that the whole thing was a publicity stunt.
Oddly enough, in one of the audio files that online fans were invited to download to support the cause, the actor could be heard saying, "This is Dustin Diamond," goes my favorite one. "Please buy a T-shirt from getdshirts.com. I really don't wanna do porn."