Farrah Abraham's Racy Images From Sex Tape Leak
Images from Farrah Abraham's porn video have landed online and been obtained by TMZ. A picture shows Abraham wearing her blue and pink lacy lingerie and apparently preparing for her raunchy gig with porn king James Deen. In another photo, she takes off her underwear and another photo shows her kissing with Deen in a bed.
Abraham, who initially denied starring in the sex video, recently sold the tape to Vivid Entertainment reportedly for more than $1 million. The video which is titled "Farrah Abraham: Backdoor Teen Mom" is set to debut online at Vivid's official website on May 6, and will be released on DVD on May 14.
While public slammed Abraham's sex video, she defended herself by posting a short video on Keek. In a 36-second video, she talks in front of a camera and explains that she has reasons to sell the video and wants people to understand her position.
"So on the real. What would you do?" she says in front of the camera. "You have been a single mother for four years, off and on, dating loser-a** boys who always try and sell information, lie to you, manipulate you."
Caling herself "an awesome person" but "single and alone," the 21-year-old former "Teen Mom" star admits that she made the video instead of crying every night, she says, "So, you make your own video, celebrate your awesome body, get your own sexy shots."
"So, the person you did this with has the urge to yell it out, when he should be professional and is not. But you have companies that are interested, so why not sell it?" she adds. "And that's what I did."
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