HAVERTOWN'S

Jennifer Toof

, known as "Toastee" on VH1's "Flavor of Love," and "Charm School," is the newest reality-TV star with a hardcore sex video.

Vivid Entertainment announced yesterday that it has obtained a 40-minute sex tape featuring Toof and an unidentified male, which it plans to release as a DVD called "Toastee Exposed," on May 16. A trailer is posted at Toastee Exposed.com.

"I don't really care," says the Haverford High and Northeastern University grad, who has been accepted to a few medical schools and is deciding which to attend. "It just happened. I could fight it, but my time and money is going to school."

Asked if she would be making any money from sales of the tape, Toof says, "I'm not cooperating with them at all," swearing that the tape's release is "without my permission." Toof, 23, was booted from "Flavor of Love 2," in which contestants vie for the affections of Public Enemy rapper Flavor Flav, after Flav discovered she had done fetish modeling online, choking men with her legs for the Web site scissorvixens.com.

"Toastee is cute, energetic and a talented contortionist," says Steven Hirsch, co-chairman of Vivid. "I think her enthusiasm for sex is obvious," he added.

Guess we'll find out on May 16.

Nutter's car towed, returned

When Michael Nutter left the studios of WYSP (94.1-FM) Monday morning and found his car was towed, it didn't slow the mayoral candidate down a bit.

He didn't panic, but hopped in a cab with several aides to go to a Center City studio to record an Internet ad. The mayoral candidate's black Acura was parked in a "Press Only" parking area along the 300 block of Market Street, while he was interviewed on 'YSP's "Barsky Show." Earlier Nutter had been part of a candidates' forum on KYW Newsradio (1060-AM). A campaign staffer stayed behind to deal with retrieving the car from impound, and Nutter had the car back Monday, Nutter spokeswoman Melanie Johnson told us yesterday.

TV golf outing turns messy

Fox 29's Kerri-Lee Halkett and Eagles long-snapper Jon Dorenbos got down and dirty, in the mud that is, at the FDR Golf Course on Monday. The pair were shooting a piece on golf tips to air at 10 p.m. Sunday on Fox 29.

They fell into a muddy creek demonstrating how to get out of a water hazard, and were not allowed back into the clubhouse because they were totally mud-covered.

Their antics slowed down play for other golfers, who couldn't help but stare in confusion.

* In other TV golf news, the day before a

shoulder operation last week, Flyers wing Mike Knuble hit the links at Pine Hill along with Eagles lineman Todd Herremans to tape a segment for Comcast SportsNet's "Golf Shots," hosted by KYW Newsradio's Ed Abrams. Despite the bum shoulder, Knuble fared well on the South Jersey course, while Herremans gave it the college try.

Zevon's ex has no love for Philly

Warren Zevon's ex-wife Crystal Zevon is none-too-kind to Philly in her new book, "I'll Sleep When I'm Dead - The Dirty Life and Times of Warren Zevon," (HarperCollins, $26.95), reports the People Paper's Jonathan Takiff.

When the drink-and-drug-addled musician started beating up on Crystal in Rittenhouse Square, "in front of mothers with baby strollers and the park police . . . not one person came to my aid." She also speaks disparagingly of Zevon's then-girlfriend, former WMMR (93.3-FM) DJ Anita Gevinson, whom the author refers to in the book only as "The DJ."

Blavat sure believes in Brady

"Ladies and gentleman, the next mayor of Philadelphia," shouted Jerry Blavat to diners at Raddicchio (4th & Wood) Monday night when U.S. Rep. Bob Brady came into the restaurant to join the Geator's party.

The Italian spot broke into applause. Brady stayed to eat with Blavat, South Philly-born crooner Al Martino, former Sands casino president George Toth and urologist Dr. David Raezer.

Comcast Founder Ralph Roberts and wife Suzanne also popped in for dinner and greeted the Blavat/Brady party. *

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