Adult film star Evan Seinfeld has hit out at his ex-wife Tera Patrick's allegations their relationship ended when he chose his porn career over her, insisting their marriage faced problems after she refused to have sex with him.
The busty brunette, who wed Seinfeld in 2004, claims they split in September (09) when the Oz actor wouldn't sacrifice his adult filmmaking to save their romance.
But Seinfeld claims Patrick is just trying to garner press attention by speaking out about their failed marriage, which he maintains fell apart because they lacked intimacy.
He tells the New York Post's gossip column PageSix, "I'm very grateful to have worked with her, but I'm disappointed in the way she's handling things. It was a very amicable split, so this feels like a cheap shot.
"While it was great that we were the 'First Couple' of porn, the fact is Tera hates the industry. She's not a sexual person. We barely had sex in our own marriage. She's desperate to break into the mainstream, and just wants to generate press. I didn't choose porn over her. Our marriage had a lot of holes in it, despite what she claims. I chose freedom."
Patrick has not made a porn film since 2006.