I suppose if you have a naked Prince and naked women and they are rubbing their bodies against each other and someone took actual video of it, then it could be considered a sex video. Jennifer Lopez's ex had pretty much the same thing and classified it as that. At least two women have video and more photos that are supposed to be way more R rated than what has been shown to this point and are asking for $3M for everything. That is a whole lot of money and the only way anyone could afford to pay that for some photos or video is to try and sell the video. I don't think you could do it any other way because if you are a tabloid and publish them, you can only do so in your print edition. If you put them online then you are going to get everything taken in a second but you can't show video in a tabloid so then you need an adult video company or someone like ET who will pay and censor and hope enough people watch to make it worth their while in ad sales.