It looks like professional provocateur Miley Cyrus is not adding porn to her resume of scandalous acts. Her short film “Tongue Tied,” directed by Quentin Jones, has been withdrawn from the NYC Porn Film Festival, reports the New York Post. Her reps say they were misled about the nature of the event and that Cyrus didn’t sign off on the footage being submitted.

"Miley was proud to make a film with acclaimed filmmaker Quentin Jones," her spokesperson told the Post. "She did not instigate this festival submission and is not participating in any way." 

The video is BDSM-themed, and features Cyrus in various states of undress, wearing latex and bound by electric tape.  The short film has been compared "Fifty Shades Of Grey" and Madonna's "Justify My Love" music video. 

NYC Porn Festival organizer Simon Leahy told the Post he had email proof that Cyrus had discussed allowing the submission of the film with production company Cadence, and that she had submitted the film when friends told her about the porn film festival. The film fest was presented to Cyrus, according to her reps, as a "shorts screening at the artist-ran space Secret Project Robot."

Simon removed "Tongue Tied" from listings, but told the Post the film would have been a good fit with the festival. "It's like we are an art festival," he said. "Even though we're using the word porn, we're not some cheap L.A. porn award festival." He may have been referring to the Adult Video News Awards, held in Las Vegas.

Cyrus used footage from "Tongue Tied" on her Bangerz Tour last year. 

The NYC Porn festival begins Feb. 27 in Brooklyn.