Farrah Abraham Claims Vivid Has No Right to Release a Sex Tape Sequel
With a new sex tape about to hit the market, Farrah Abraham claims that she did not give consent to its production and release, stating that her first was her last, and the she is not a porn star.
The 22-year-old's lawyer told TMZ that she did not give Steve Hirsch of Vivid the go ahead to publish a second installment of "Backdoor Teen Mom."
Farrah's lawyer has stated that the second video is simply extra and extended footage of her first with porn star, James Deen, and that she is "a mother, a public figure, and an author," not a porn star.
Efforts have been made by Farrah's attorney to contact Hirsch, and to force him not to release the video, but they seem to have fallen on deaf ears.