Followill, who said that the band are not upset about their naked bodies being seen in the saucy tapes, wanted to include the footage in their new documentary ‘Talihina Sky’ to make it more interesting.
“There’s a couple of sex tapes on one of the tapes that got stolen, so that would have made it a little more interesting,” News.com.au quoted him as saying.
However, he believes that the stolen tape that were shot eight years ago would surface one day after they are dead.
“I guess when we’re dead and gone it will resurface. There was quite a bit we weren’t able to show (in the documentary) because we had our car broken into after we were making the first record.
“We’d documented every bit of it and they stole all the footage,” he said.
The movie is set to premiere at the Edinburgh international film festival this coming weekend.