Farrah Abraham might have the public convinced she’s concerned about a pregnancy scare, but according to her “Backdoor Teen Mom” co-star James Deen, any pregnancy test she takes will come up negative.

A month after their XXX-film, Abraham was photographed buying a pregnancy test by TMZ. The 22-year-old went to the store dressed in high heels and a face of makeup. In the picture it almost seemed as if she was adverting for the test, making no attempt to cover up what she was buying.

The two have had a public feud brewing ever since Deen, whose real name is Bryan Matthew Sevilla, blew the lid off their planned porn that Abraham wanted to pass off as a sex tape. The “Teen Mom” reality star has made it clear she wasn’t happy with the A-list porn star for exposing her secret, but Deen thinks the pregnancy scare is an un-cool publicity stunt.

"To say you're potentially pregnant is not something to joke about. When you knowingly involve another human being and a publicity stunt around that, a child is not something to be taken lightly," Deen told Celebuzz. "It's not a game anymore and it's really not cool."

"This is a type of publicity I do not agree with and I do not want to participate in," he added. "Joking or lying or using pregnancy to get attention and media is not cool."

The 27-year-old then went into graphic detail about how it’s nearly impossible for Abraham to have gotten pregnant by him in the sex acts filmed in “Backdoor Teen Mom.”

Deen is taking the matter very seriously: "I spoke to the clinic where we both got tested before our scene along with my personal medical doctor regarding the subject. However, I am more concerned about the fact that Vivid told me she was on birth control," he said. "Had I known she was not taking preventive measures I would have never accepted the scene."

“When Vivid booked me for the scene I had two stipulations before I agreed -- one, that she was tested in the exact same way as all the adult film stars, and two, that she was on birth control,” Deen said. 

Abraham, who has a 4-year-old daughter, hasn’t publicly commented about her supposed pregnancy scare. She reportedly sold her “personal video” with Deen to Vivid Entertainment for $1.5 million.