Farrah Abraham: 'I Was Raped And Drugged Working In The Porn Industry,' Claims 'Teen Mom' Sex Tape Star

on February 05 2014 5:20 PM

 

Farrah Abraham Farrah Abraham sold her James Deen sex tape for nearly $1 million.  Twitter

Reality TV personality-turned-porn star Farrah Abraham has shared many of her personal horrors on the VH1 reality program "Couples Therapy," but the mom of one's most recent claims are by far the most horrific to date.

In an interview with InTouch Weekly, the 22-year-old former MTV "Teen Mom" star related details about her dark experiences while working in the porn industry, a business which she ventured into last year following the release of her sex tape, "Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom." "I was drugged and raped more than once," said Abraham, recalling her times spent at strip clubs and porn conventions. "I allowed the [wrong] type of people into my life. It was a very dark time for me."

Farrah Abraham Reality TV and porn star Farrah Abraham with her mom, Debra Danielson.  Twitter

In the revealing interview, Abraham also discussed her troubled home life. The single mother to 4-year-old Sophia claims she also suffered lifelong abuse from her parents, Debra Danielson and Michael Abraham. "[They] would beat me with a belt if I acted out. I had cuts, bruises, welts, swelling and scars," said the reality starlet, who claims she fought back against the attacks in 2010 for the sake of her own safety and for her daughter's sake. "It was a turning point," she said. "I needed to stop the abuse."

The former "Teen Mom" last spoke out on her venture into the adult film industry in January, telling InTouch Weekly that she regretted the move. "Knowing my sex tape was out there for everyone in the world to see was overwhelming. I wanted to hide my face and not go out or pick up my phone," said Abraham. "If I went back in time, I would not have done it. The sex tape ruined my life."

"Backdoor Teen Mom," co-starring porn star James Deen, was released in May 2013 by Vivid Entertainment. Abraham became a household name in the MTV documentary series "16 and Pregnant" in 2009, followed by four seasons of the spinoff show "Teen Mom" until its series finale in August 2012. She is currently on the fourth season of the VH1 relationship counseling reality series, "Couples Therapy."

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