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Kim Kardashian has been mortified to see her past catch up with her for a brief second.
The reality TV star revealed in a recent episode of The Kardashians that her six-year-old son nearly found out about her infamous sex tape.
Saint was playing Roblox on an iPad when he came across a 'super inappropriate' joke that showed Kim crying alongside a note that said there was 'unreleased footage' of the 2007 tape floating around.
Thankfully, because Kim's son is so young the joke probably went right over his head. However, the incident shocked the 41-year-old mum and businesswoman.
She had to call her lawyer, according to US Weekly, to double check there wasn't any additional footage from her sex tape with Ray J.
“Over my dead body is this happening again," she said during the phone call. "I know the right attorneys this time and I’m not going to let this happen to me again.
“I have all the time, all the money and all of the resources to burn them all the f**king ground.”
Despite telling them she was 99 per cent certain that someone wasn't in possession of a damning video of her, she was rattled enough to call Kanye West in tears.
In the episode of the rebooted reality series following the Kardashian family, she said: "The last thing I want as a mum is for my past to be brought up 20 years later."
She added: "It’s real embarrassing s**t. I need to deal with it, and will deal with it."
Last year, Ray J's manager, Wack 100, claimed there were more explicit videos of the singer and Kim Kardashian that haven't seen the light of day, according to Page Six.
However, Marty Singer, Kim's attorney, released a statement shutting down that rumour.
“Kim remains firm in her belief that there is no new second tape that exists," he said.
"After 20 years, she truly wishes to move on from this chapter [and] focus instead on the positive things she continues to do as a mother, entrepreneur and advocate for justice reform.”
But Kim knows that one day she will have to tell her kids about that infamous 2007 tape.
She told Andy Cohen in June last year that it's something she will address when the time is right.
However, considering her kids are aged between eight and two, that time is certainly not now.
“Luckily, I think that so many years have gone on and so many things have happened positively that it really erases that,” Kim said.
“That is something that I have to live with for the rest of my life, but it’s something that’s being held over my head.
"I try not to have any regrets, but it’s probably the one thing I wish didn’t exist. If I could erase any of the stupid things that I’ve done in life, that’s probably it.”
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