“Couples Therapy” star Farrah Abraham is getting called out by adult entertainment company Vivid for reportedly lying about being drugged and raped while promoting her first sex tape “Backdoor Teen Mom.” The company’s founder, Steve Hirsch, sent the 22-year-old a cease and desist via email and warned that if she doesn’t stop making such claims, Vivid will take legal action.
“We have become aware that you have made unsubstantiated and baseless implications and allegations of wrongdoing against Vivid. In particular, you have publically [sic] stated that you were drugged and raped more than once while on tour for Vivid promoting “Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom,” the letter reads, according to Radar Online. “These statements are defamatory toward Vivid and are strenuously denied in all respects.”
After claims that she was reportedly “drugged and raped” surfaced, Hirsch said he would pay Abraham $1 million if she agreed to take a polygraph test to find out if she was telling the truth about the rapes. Naturally, the 22-year-old reality star never responded to the claims because her claims were indeed lies, Hirsch would want her to forfeit all future and past royalties from her sex tapes.
On an episode of “Couples Therapy,” Abraham revealed a “big secret” to Dr. Jenn Berman, but wouldn’t show it on camera. She also wouldn’t tell the other group members about what she reportedly experienced in her past and cited “legal reasons” as to why she couldn’t openly discuss the matter. The episode aired after she claimed in an interview that she had been “drugged and raped.”
Amid Abraham's stint on "Couples Therapy," Vivid released her second sex tape, "Farrah 2: Backdoor and More." Though she tried to say she never authorized a sequel, TMZ posted an image of the email where she agreed to releasing “videos.”
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