EVAN SEINFELD/TERA PATRICK Explicit Sex Videos Posted Online

Looks like BIOHAZARD bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld has wasted no time taking the plunge into porn, as originally reported here last month. Tera Patrick's (Seinfeld's porn star wife) official web site, OfficialTeraPatrick.com, is currently hosting explicit videos of the couple engaging in various sex acts, available only to members who join for a monthly fee. However, several free preview clips (in Windows Media format) have been posted online at this location (WARNING: YOU MUST BE 18 YEARS OR OLDER TO VIEW THESE VIDEOS!).

Seinfeld, who appeared in 40 episodes of the acclaimed HBO prison drama "Oz", told the New York Post in January that he will star in flesh flicks with his wife that will be distributed through adult industry giant Vivid. "This will be a lot easier than 'Oz' because I'm making love to my wife," Seinfeld said. "It's a natural occurrence. It's not a stretch."


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