Tape Surfaces Featuring Eric Dane Nude With Wife, ‘Celebrity Rehab’ Star
First Published: August 17, 2009 7:13 PM EDT Credit: Getty Images
LOS ANGELES, Calif. -- “Grey’s Anatomy” star Eric Dane is known for being the lady killing “McSteamy” of Seattle Grace’s staff, but it appears his real life is just as saucy, and the world is about to see proof.
Gawker posted excerpts from a tape that appears to feature the star, his wife of five years, Rebecca Gayheart, and former beauty queen-turned-“Celebrity Rehab” patient, Kari Ann Peniche, nude in a bedroom and a bathroom.
The three appear to discuss their “would be” porn names in the clip, with Dane using his dog’s name and a street he lived on at one time, to come up with one of his monikers.
“My alter ego name is Peter, just Peter,” he appears to say as he lies on a bed next to Peniche.” My dog growing up was named Cocaine and I lived on Manor Drive, So I’m Cocaine Manor.”
He later takes on a Western name after asking Peniche if she likes “cowboys.”
“I told you my name was Tuff Hedeman, the famous bull rider,” Dane comments as he reclines on a bed with Peniche.
As for Gayheart, she appears in the tape costumed – in a dress that appears to be made of American flag-style fabric – and later nude in a bathtub.
She also claims in the clip to be on something.
“I need to lay down too,” she can be heard saying behind the camera. “I’m very high.”
Later, while in the bathtub, Gayheart comments, “I’m not like a huge advocate of drugs for whatever reason … it is kind of fun.”
And in the bathroom, Dane, appears to be behind the camera and pans the lens over his wife in the bathtub, commenting, “You’ve gotta be two of the hottest f***ing girls on the set of Mulholland. And I’ve seen some hot girls before. This is the thing.”
A rep for Peniche had “no comment” when contacted by Access Hollywood.
A rep for Dane and Gayheart did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Access.
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