Farrah Abraham’s Father Calls James Deen An Opportunist; James Refuses To Play Their Petty Games


Hey Farrah, have you seen any good movies lately?
Grab your popcorn! Farrah Abraham's sex tape shenanigans continue! 
This time, however, it's Michael Abraham, Farrah's father, and James Deen, Farrah's penis for hire, who have a few things to say about her botched up attempt to orchestrate her own sex tape scandal the sex tape.
When it comes to Farrah's family, it's safe to say, the family that prays together stays delusional together. 
First, Farrah's mother Debra Danielson said her good Christian girl would never participate in a sex tape. Then, once Farrah acknowledged the tape's existence, the former Teen Mom star claimed she made it for her personal scrapbook only. In the next breath, however, she started the bids for said tape at $2 million. Now, Farrah's father Michael has gone on record, referring to James as "abusive" and an "opportunist."

“I have a reputation of always supporting my daughter, but the one thing I do have a problem with — what is wrong — is when individuals make statements and claims that are not authorized,” Michael said. “If somebody wants to do something in private, in that it is not to be made public, it should be respected. Let’s be adults about this.”

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Michael continued, “I think there is no disregard for the individual, Farrah, or her family. I do not know the individual personally, but based on information I do know, he is exhibiting very abusive behavior." 
According to Michael, James broke a nondisclosure agreement when he talked to the press about the sex tape, including this interview with Wetpaint.
You've been pretty tight-lipped about the actual sex scene you filmed with Farrah. What details can you reveal?
James: "I can say whatever I want to, it's not like I have any legal restrictions in any way, shape, or form. The reason why I haven't told everyone everything is that I have respect for other people. I'd want my privacy respected so I'm trying to respect everyone else's. You know, like the companies and the individuals involved. I'd want to make sure they're not offended or hurt personally.
In addition to that, the reason this whole thing started is that somebody took a picture of her [Farrah] and I coming out of her hotel room and the conversation became, ‘Hey, James, we saw you and this chick. Are you dating?’ I said, ‘No.’ It was, ‘What were you doing then?’ I said, ‘Shooting a [adult film].' That turned into this whole, 'James Deen spills the beans!' I didn't really spill the beans — people asked what we were doing."  
But wasn't it supposed to be this big ploy, that her sex tape was "accidentally leaked"? If that's true, you kinda did spill the beans.
James: "I was approached to do this, and I was like, 'I'm the worst person to do this.' Not to be arrogant, but if you're watching [a sex tape] and I'm in it — even if I try to pretend I'm not me — people are gonna know it's me. I told them I'm not the right person to cast for this.
For days before this whole thing, I said this is exactly what's going to happen. There was this whole scheme — you guys can go out on a date and we'll take pictures and pretend you're dating — and I said absolutely not. I have no desire to participate in any kind of that publicity … I'm not going to say I'm dating someone I'm not dating.
So the reason there's not this big hoopla from the people involved is because, this was kind of inevitable. She's got quasi celebrity and I've got quasi celebrity, and when both of our quasi celebrities are at the same place at the same time, someone's gonna take a picture of us and send it to TMZ. There was this whole strategy and it blew up in their faces."
Has she expressed to you that she's unhappy with how it's gone down?
James: "TMZ expressed to me that she was. They called me and were like, 'Hey, are you gonna start a fight with her?!' I'm like, no, I have nothing bad to say. I think there's a lot of misunderstanding. I have no idea. I just don't want to get into stupid petty arguments over the Internet and he-said-she-said. I'm not going to perpetuate that kind of behavior."
“There were no permissions for that person to make those statements," Michael said. “People try to make up stories for their own interest and that is what it looks like Mr. Deen is doing. He sounds like an opportunist to me."
Michael went on to say Farrah told her family that this tape was never meant to be public knowledge, adding, "Therefore, Mr. Deen's statements were not authorized to be made."
"I am shocked he is making these statements, like he is our family, which he is not. Like he had a relationship with Farrah, which he did not," Michael said. "The facts will come out. I know where my daughter's heart is." 
Farrah has a heart? Anyway, who knows where Farrah's alleged heart really lies, but, for me, her sex tape explanation lost all credibility when she went all "show me the money" with it. 
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