“Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham claims to have a much better relationship with her parents since moving out on her own, but they don’t seem very pleased about her alleged involvement in a sex tape with porn star James Deen.
According to TMZ, Abraham’s mother, Debra Danielsen, contacted the gossip site to say she didn’t believe Farrah had participated in such a tape, and that she wasn’t raised to behave like that.
"My daughter has never expressed interest in things like that. She was not brought up that way,” Danielsen said. Danielsen went on to cite Abraham’s religious upbringing, saying, "We have religious beliefs."
Abraham, who gave birth to her daughter Sophia at 16, first gained fame with her role on the MTV show “Teen Mom,” which documented her struggle as a pregnant high school student. She later published a memoir and album, titled “My Teenage Dream Ended,” in which she talked about the death of her boyfriend and Sophia’s father, and her difficulties coping with becoming a single mother.
When the 22-year-old aspiring model was photographed with Deen last week, tabloids speculated that the two were dating. Deen quickly shot down that rumor, claiming that their relationship was purely professional but confirming that they had indeed filmed a sex tape together. "Word travels fast, it isn't even edited yet. We shot it yesterday," Deen said. "[We are] definitely not dating. Got tested together on Friday and then saw her on set. That is my only experience with the lady."
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Although Abraham has yet to verify the rumors, she did address the “shocking” news in a tweet to fans on Monday. “I have the best relationship with my parents even on a shocking day like today,” Abraham wrote. “yes I'm a great daughter & amazing mother #Happy.”
Abraham was reportedly arrested for a DUI while driving in Omaha in March. According to TMZ, she nearly hit a police car and registered a blood alcohol level of 0.147, more than twice the legal limit, when police pulled her over. Abraham denied those reports despite confirmation from Omaha law enforcement officials.