Laurence Fishburne. Picture: Richard Shotwell/Invision/AP

Laurence Fishburne is set for embarrassment as his ex-porn star daughter's first audition is set to be released on DVD.

The 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice's actor's 27-year-old daughter Montana - whom he has with ex-wife Hajna O. Moss - wanted to become "the next Kim Kardashian West" so she and her boyfriend made an X-rated recording which has never-been-seen-before.

The sex scenes, which were filmed when Montana was 19, led to her landing her first X-rated video in 2010 and now Vivid Entertainment is releasing the footage under the title 'Hardcore/Backdoor: The Lost Tapes'.

Marci Hirsch, Vivid's vice president of production and licensing, commented: "It's obvious from her audition tape that Montana had everything going for her - beauty, sensuality, outgoing personality, determination and a famous last name."

A spokesman added: "The wildly uninhibited Montana knew what she wanted at the time. She said her goal was to become another Kim Kardashian, because she greatly admired what Kim had accomplished after Vivid released her sex tape, 'Kim Kardashian Superstar'."

Although Montana was using her body to make herself a star, her efforts alienated her from her father and she admitted back in 2011 that their relationship had been damaged by her antics.

She confessed: "He told me he was embarrassed by me ... Until he respects me and accepts me for who I am, I don't think we will have much of a relationship."

Montana is no stranger to controversy, and last March she was arrested for driving under the influence (DUI).

The adult star allegedly rear-ended a Range Rover and was subsequently found to be "incoherent" while walking around the scene of the accident.

As officers were clearing the scene, Montana also urinated on the shoulder of the interstate, according to the official police report.

The wayward ex-adult movie star was charged with DUI, DUI with property damage and DUI with blood alcohol readings above 15 by the police.

Consequently, she spent the night in jail at Broward County Sheriff's Office and faced a maximum three-year sentence in a state prison in relation to the three charges.

Although Montana's white Toyota Corolla suffered extensive damage in the collision, she was not injured and was released on a $2,500-bond.