Kendra Wilkinson apparently wasn't mad about the potential release of a sex tape she made several years ago when she was the one planning to sell it.

The Kendra star allegedly created her own Home Run Productions LLC company in November 2008 to shop sexual footage starring her and solicit offers from potential buyers, according to documents obtained by RadarOnline.

In addition, documents state that Wilkinson would have had final say over how the footage would be edited before being sent to potential buyers and also refers to explicit video footage as "the tapes" -- meaning more than one exists, according to RadarOnline.

A lawyer who worked with Wilkinson on establishing the company declined comment on the project when contacted by RadarOnline, which also reported the agreement was to "acquire and license video rights to material featuring Kendra in intimate situations."

Vivid Entertainment recently announced its plans to release a sex tape -- titled Kendra Exposed -- later this month.

While Vivid did not reveal the name of Wilkinson's sexual partner in the video, there is speculation that it is an ex-boyfriend who was also responsible for selling the footage to Vivid.

Wilkinson subsequently hired a Los Angeles law firm to fight the release of the tape because she did not provide consent, however Vivid has stated it is "confident" in its right to distribute it.

The tape was apparently made before the former The Girls Next Door star moved into the Playboy Mansion as one of Hugh Hefner's girlfriends in 2005.

Wilkinson -- who allegedly wanted to shop the footage "secretly" -- created Home Run Productions during her final season filming The Girls Next Door, according to RadarOnline, which added documents state Hefner needed to be notified about any agreement to sell the footage before it was settled.