The keyboard ink wasn't even dry on our post about Farrah Abraham's sex tape sequel and she's already in full on victim mode.
Vivid Entertainment announced that it was releasing a sequel to Backdoor Teen Mom, due out the day before Valentine's Day. We wondered how long it would take Farrah to jump on her soapbox and play the blame game again. About 13 minutes.
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Farrah's attorney reached out to TMZ to blast Vivid, claiming that Farrah did not give permission for a follow-up video. Farrah claims that the footage is all just extra clips that were leftovers from her first sex tape. You know, that home video she shot with her boyfriend, porn star James Deen.
Her lawyer said, Farrah "did not give Vivid honcho Steve Hirsch permission to release a sequel to "Backdoor Teen Mom." He shared, "[she's] a mother, a public figure, and an author and not a porn star."
Her lawyer attempted to block the release of the tape, but has been unsuccessful. Maybe Farrah should have read over that big huge secret-filled contract a little better.
TELL US – IS FARRAH PLAYING A GAME BY PRETENDING TO BE A VICTIM IN ALL OF THIS?
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