Farrah Abraham's Sex Tape Hits The Internet May 6
See also: Farrah Abraham Sex Tape Hits TV.
The onetime star of MTV's Teen Mom is now the headliner of Backdoor Teen Mom, a sex tape coming to a laptop near you May 6.
Farrah Abraham, set to turn 22 in May, is said to have been inspired to close out her 21st year "by making a personal tape that would forever capture her beauty and sensuality at this time in her life," according to a statement from Vivid Entertainment. Yeah, right:
The celebrity sex tape used to involve actual celebrities at least pretending that their self-produced, most-intimate moments somehow leaked into the wrong hands, resulting in the kind of shaky, grainy images that joined the growing genre known as "amateur porn."
These days, not so much.
Abraham's session was done with the help of a pro of pros, male performer James Deen, and immediately appeared to be shopped around to the highest bidder. (Vivid contends in its statement that Abraham "originally wanted to keep [it] confidential."
Sure. Lights, camera, top male porn star, anal action: Put it in the butt -- and let's keep it between us. Happens all the time.
Vivid, the largest adult video studio, announced today it secured the rights to the tape and will release it digitally May 6, with DVDs hitting stores May 14.
Vivid chief Steven Hirsch says the video offers viewers "70 minutes of non-stop erotic action:"
We went after this movie as vigorously as any sex tape we've ever pursued. We felt it was definitely worth it, not only because of Farrah's popularity, but because the footage itself is amazing. I think many fans will be shocked at how truly explicit it is, including stunning backdoor scenes. Farrah's looks remind me of a young Kim Kardashian and we all know how her story turned out.
TMZ suggests that Vivid paid a price in the "high six figures" for the tape. In other parts of the country that would be high-dollar prostitution. In L.A., that's just show business.
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