Teen Mom porn: Farrah, “entrepreneur,” now shopping own sex tape

Farrah Abraham, who came to tabloid fame on the MTV series Teen Mom, admitted yesterday that she’s selling her own sex tape for at least “a couple million.” It was filmed last weekend with porn star James Deen, who says it was a plan orchestrated by Farrah; if you don’t know who he is, read this incredible GQ profile.

In increasingly bizarre comments to Us Weekly, Farrah admitted that it was her in the sex tape, saying, “I wanted my own personal video made and photos taken for myself, when I am older I will have my best year to look back on.”

But now she’s willing to sell her personal video, and “I will not be settling for anything less then a couple million,” she said. Deen told TMZ that he was approached by a porn company to participate and that Farrah’s plan was for a company to “pass it off as a ‘sex tape’ and somebody saw us coming out of a building together and people asked me what’s going on … so I was like we’re making a porno!” He later told Hollywood Life “They wanted to do a weird thing where they were going to take pictures of us and make people think we were dating and I wasn’t going to participate in that, no chance in hell!”

Farrah also said that she wishes her sex tape/porno partner had been the deceased father of her child, Derek Underwood:

“If my ex boyfriend Derek were alive, I would of rather it had been him with me. But sadly I feel I will never have another boyfriend or love, given that others intentions are not in the right place. But I will always continue living and staying positive. Thank you for understanding during this shocking time.”

Farrah assures us that “I made sure my partner was tested and clean as well as contraception was used. This is just something I personally needed for me.” However, she is upset for her partner for calling her porn tape porn:

“After seeing James speaking about my personal video as a porn and not even contacting me before running his mouth, I have to say I am very disappointed. … I personally will never have anything to do with James. I’m a great woman, mother and entrepreneur. As for the company who has a copy of my personal video, my lawyer is taking care of that matter.”

And this is the saddest story of the week.

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