Serbian Model Claims She Was Offered $90K To Ruin Novak Djokovic's Reputation With Sex Tape

Serbian model Natalia Scekic claims she was offered $90,000 to seduce and make a sex tape with tennis star Novak Djokovic to "ruin his reputation." The No. 1 tennis player in the world married his wife Jelena back in 2014, and the couple have two children.

They were going to go full Erin Andrews on our boy and hold that tape for ransom! It's a shame this is even possible.

"It is true that a guy contacted me," Scekic said to European magazine Svet&Scandal. "I know him from (London) and I considered him a serious guy. I am familiar with their work and they are good. When he asked me for a date, I thought it was for a business matter. However, as the conversation progressed, I saw that it had nothing to do with my life."

So, the story is already slightly unbelievable just because this doesn't sound like how normal conversations go. But to be fair to Ms. Scekic, I'm also not used to the way Europeans communicate. The story continues:

"He told me I could get about 60,000 euros for that and a trip wherever I wanted. I laughed, expecting him to say it was a joke, but the man was very serious. I felt very offended and humiliated."

Thankfully, she rejected

"At that moment, I thought of hitting him, throwing water on him, but I restrained myself because we were in a public place," she said.

Here's Natalia Scekic's Instagram for research purposes only, gentleman:

It's obviously refreshing that she declined the offer, but I wouldn't mind terribly if Natalia tried to ruin my career here at OutKick. In all seriousness though, sex tapes don't ruin careers in today's climate. If anything, a sex tape would make Novak even more popular than before, even though it would likely ruin his marriage. That's just messed up.

This ain't the movies where Novak sends a group of wannabe Instagram influencers a million dollars to save himself from a sex tape going viral. The whole thing was never going to happen, but Natalia at least gets a free plug on major networks for a couple days.

So, everyone, go give her a follow and congratulate Novak Djokovic on his Australian Open Championship win last month.

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