Farrah Abraham New Sex Tape: Vivid To Release Second ‘Teen Mom’ Porn Movie Featuring ‘Couples Therapy’ Star

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Former “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham is at it again. Despite only recently issuing claims that she was “raped” and “drugged” during her time in the porn industry, the former cast member on MTV's “Teen Mom” will reportedly soon be starring in a second sex tape.

Vivid Entertainment, the adult-film industry giant that released Abraham’s first adult film, “Backdoor: Teen Mom,” in May 2013, announced this week that it will release another movie featuring the 22-year-old, who currently appears on the reality series “Couples Therapy.” “Farrah Abraham has a second (a second!) sex tape coming out quite quickly, and this time, it's no ‘fake leak.’ It's the real, raw, ridiculous deal, and it suits Farrah's underhanded personality,” Vivid CEO Steve Hirsch confirmed via FishWrapper.com Thursday.

Despite a report from Radar Online claiming that the tape could merely be the 60 minutes of rumored leftover footage from Abraham’s first film with porn star James Deen, Vivid says the yet-to-be-released film, “Farrah 2: Backdoor and More,” is different from her premiere flick. “This tape isn't the ‘at home’ sex tape she tried to play off as a leak like the first time around,” Hirsch told Fishwrapper.com, adding confirmation that the X-rated tape features the use of “fetish swings.”

According to reports, “Farrah 2: Backdoor and More” will be released just in time for Valentine’s Day on Feb. 13 at Vivid.com.

News of Abraham’s new porn film comes just one day after InTouch Weekly published claims from the TV star in which she states that she was allegedly sexually abused and forced under the influence of substances while working in the adult film industry. "I was drugged and raped more than once," said Abraham when recalling her times spent at strip clubs and porn conventions following her first sex tape’s release. "I allowed the [wrong] type of people into my life. It was a very dark time for me,” she said.

Abraham first became a household name when she gave birth to her daughter Sophia, now 4, on the MTV documentary series “16 and Pregnant” in 2009. Following the success of the series, Abraham went on to star in four seasons of the spinoff show “Teen Mom” until the series finale in August 2012. The single mom is currently starring on VH1’s couples counseling series “Couples Therapy”-- sans a significant other.

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