Mindy McCready's attorney says the country singer is not on board with her release of a sex tape that features her talking about former partners .
"We are not aware of the production or release of the alleged film that seems to have surfaced via various media reports," her attorney, Adam Dread said in a statement. "However, we can confirm that any illegally obtained property, and/or fabricated footage, and the release thereof, will be dealt with swiftly following proper legal procedure."
Vivid Entertainment announced the April 19th release of a sex tape featuring McCready, Baseball Mistress, on Monday. The film is said to contain "almost an hour of action interspersed with a narrative about her former lovers," including Roger Clemens, according to the news release.
Dread has also sent a cease and desist letter to Vivid's founder/co-chairman, Steven Hirsch.
Hirsch, however, said he is not worried about any possible lawsuits.
"We acquired the McCready video awhile ago and feel comfortable with our legal position to distribute it. You really have to see it to believe it," Hirsch said in a statement to TVGuide.com. "If Mindy wants to discuss the video, she should feel free to contact me."
McCready has recently appeared in Celebrity Rehab and released her first studio album since 2002, I'm Still Here, last week.
Calls to McCready's attorney and rep were not immediately returned.