The tongue-in-cheek "Indecent Proposal" video, posted to YouTube Monday, featured Silverman offering to engage in a non-intercourse sex act with Sheldon Adelson if he pulls the $100 million he has promised to Romney, the presumptive Republican presidential nominee, and instead gives it to Obama, ABC News reported Wednesday.
"If you give that $100 million to Obama instead of Romney, I will -- well, I won't have sex with you because we're not married and I am a nice girl," Silverman said, before suggesting a sex act that would allow her to keep her clothes on.
Adelson, who previously gave $10 million to the Romney-backing Restore Our Future Super PAC, has promised "limitless" donations to the campaign to remove Obama from office.
Silverman's video was produced by the pro-Obama Jewish Council for Education and Research PAC, which said it wanted to highlight Adelson's donations.
"We're uncomfortable with the size of the gift, [and] that one person can singlehandedly affect the election," said Mik Moore, treasurer for the Jewish Council for Education and Research.
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