Vivid Offers Dolezal ‘6-Figure’ Performer Deal

Rhett Pardon

LOS ANGELES — Rachel Dolezal, the former NAACP Spokane chapter president accused of pretending to be black, just received her second offer to shoot a sexually explicit video.

Vivid Entertainment co-founder Steven Hirsch said he’ll offer a six-figure paycheck to the woman, who was found to have made a homemade sex tape with her former husband after reporters looked at old court filings in divorce proceedings.

Dolezal stepped down from her position as chapter president of the NAACP on Monday after her family accused her of lying about being black for many years. 

Hirsch told In Touch Weekly that Dolezal would have free reign in her own sex tape this time around.

Earlier this week, the Dogfart Network offered Dolezal a $50,000 contract to perform in four separate scenes for its websites. One of the sites is

“She is a transracial woman who has worked extremely hard to achieve her level of success,” a Dogfart representative said. “She identifies as black just like Bruce Jenner identifies as Caitlyn Jenner; however, Jenner’s transition has been accepted with open arms; some even calling her a hero for the trans movement.”

Dolezal has not yet said whether or not she’ll accept Vivid Entertainment’s or the Dogfart Network’s offer.