'I almost died': Kim calls Kanye in tears after 6yo Saint gets sent joke about her sex tape online

'I almost died': Kim calls Kanye in tears after 6yo Saint gets sent joke about her sex tape online

The message sent to six-year-old Saint suggested there is unreleased footage of the sex tape.

In a recent episode of The KardashiansKim Kardashian is seen to be mortified after her son Saint was sent a joke about her infamous sex tape. 

Saint was innocently playing the online video game Roblox when he was sent a picture of Kim’s infamous crying face with a “click-bait” link advertising “super inappropriate” unreleased footage of the sex tape.

While Kim thought that the notorious leaked sex tape from 2007 that shot her to fame was in the past, the ordeal sent Kim into a spiral, frantically telling her lawyer she was '99.9% sure' no other sex tape exists.

"I have all the time, all the money and all of the resources to burn them all the f**king ground.” she told her lawyer. 

She was filmed calling her estranged ex-husband Kanye West in tears, saying "I almost died when Saint thought it was funny."

"Thank God he can't read yet. Over my dead body is this going to happen to me again. I just want it gone. This is not going to f*** with me." she continued. 

Luckily this time, Saint's age prevented him from understanding the joke but the star has previously spoken about how much she 'dreads' one of her children coming across the video, saying 'I can’t go through this again.'

Last year, Ray J's manager, Wack 100, claimed there were more explicit videos of the singer and Kim Kardashian that haven't seen the light of day, according to Page Six.

Although R&B singer Ray J spoke out regarding the situation, saying 'This needs to stop'.

Marty Singer, Kim's attorney, released a statement,saying “Kim remains firm in her belief that there is no new second tape that exists,".

"After 20 years, she truly wishes to move on from this chapter [and] focus instead on the positive things she continues to do as a mother, entrepreneur and advocate for justice reform.”

Yeah that's definitely something you don't want your kids to see...