Porn Star Wife: BIOHAZARD's SEINFELD Took To Sex On Camera Like Fish To Water

Adult film superstar Tera Patrick recently spoke to RockConfidential.com about appearing in her movies with her husband, BIOHAZARD bassist/vocalist Evan Seinfeld (a.k.a. Spyder Jones).

"I'm only working with my husband, Spyder Jones, with my boy-girl scenes," she said. "He took to sex on camera like a fish to water. I was really nervous on the first movie we did together. I didn't want him to get nervous and not be able to get it up, ya know? He's been fine. He's great. He gets up there and he rises to the occassion. It's cool because I really get to do what I want with him. He gets to do what he wants to me. It makes it really exciting and refreshing. We add girls to the mix when we do our scenes together. I'm not a jealous girl. He doesn't have sex with the other girls but I'll let the other girls give him a blowjob. Why not give him something extra? He's so good to me.

"I'll be honest with you. A couple of years ago I was definitely one of those jealous girlfriends, ya know?" she continued. "I'm really secure with our relationship. We have a really strong marriage. A lot of guys always ask me how to get their girl to have a threesome. I'm like, 'Dude, if she doesn't trust you it's never gonna happen. Your girl has to trust you and you have to prove it to her.' I know if I let another girl give Spyder a blowjob that he's not gonna leave the set and tell me he's going home with her. I know he's going home with me. I know he's excited and kind of grateful to me to let him have that. It turns me on too because then I know I'm in control."

Read the entire interview at this location.

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