Karrine Steffans Clears Up Fake Book Rumors

| June 22, 2011 | 0 Comments

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It was just weeks ago when video model/author Karrine Steffans made headlines, AGAIN, when she confessed in a video that her best-selling novel “Confessions of a Video Vixen” was completely fabricated. But Karrine says, “I never said that.”

Viewers understood the statement “the vixen doesn’t exist” to be a confession that everything she had written was a lie.

In a recent interview with celebrity blogger Necole Bitchie, Karrine took the time to clear things up.

“That statement pertains to the persona and I think it’s important, now that this is my last book, for people to start to differentiate between the persona and the person,” she explained. “Because this is my last book, I don’t feel the need to put on anymore because I don’t have to sell anything anymore. I don’t f*cking have to. A lot of what people saw in the last five, six years was planted. Even the gossip, it was all on purpose and I want people to know that. All of these things were on purpose and nothing was an accident.”

“I love to shock people and I love to watch people spin. I love to start rumors that are about me. Some of the biggest rumors about me have been planted on purpose.”

She went on to explain that the “vixen” was a brand and it has reached its end. “I’m done, that sh*t is a wrap; I’ve juiced the vixen and I can’t juice her, anymore.”

Karrine Stephens has looked past her “vixen”  days and is currently still filming her documentary and preparing for the release of her new and last vixen-based book “Satisfaction” due out in August.

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