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Can Someone Please Explain What Is Going On With Farrah Abraham And Vivid Entertainment?

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I mean, honestly.  I can't keep up with who Farrah Abraham decides she's going to be on a daily basis.  An MTV star?  Check.  An “author”?  Check.  A porn star? Sure.  A stripper?  Why not?  A virgin? Umm… okay?  Someone who has to take a lie detector test to prove she's lying about being raped and beaten in order to receive royalties for her second porno? Wait… WHAT?  Yeah, that's the latest character Sybil Farrah has decided to embody these days.

Apparently Farrah, ever the publicity hound, decided she just wasn't garnering enough attention through her odd, more-than-a-little-sad solo stint on VH1's Couples Therapy and the release of her second porn, so she decided to publicly lament the way she lived her life while promoting her porn star image last year, because she was “repeatedly drugged, raped, and beaten.”  Look, I would never take such allegations lightly if they came from the filler-less lips of literally anyone else besides Farrah Abraham.  But let's get real here.  She's not exactly someone I'd define as mentally “well”, or a reputable source of factual information (anyone remember the “Feminism?  That's like, a lesbian, right?” thing? Yeah.) so let's just halt those pitchforks and burning torches for a second.

Looks like Vivid Entertainment's CEO, Steve Hirsch, maker and distributor of her sex tapes pornos, is none too happy about their loose cannon star making such allegations:

“Farrah has seemingly made a cottage industry out of telling lies. She now says that she was drugged and raped more than once while she was promoting her first sex tape last year. We challenge Farrah to take our sanctioned polygraph test to prove whether or not she was telling the truth. If she passes the polygraph test, we will give her $1 million.”

To be fair, I'm not sure how reputable a Vivid Entertainment-sanctioned lie detector test is, either.  No word yet from Farrah on whether she'll take them up on their offer – probably not because it's kind of ridiculous, but because she's definitely a liar, is my guess.  Either way, Farrah, Jewel Of Enlightenment, isn't going anywhere anytime soon.  With any luck, this debacle will churn out another hit: Through The Side Door: Multiple Personalities Teen Mom sounds like an interesting way to end the trilogy.

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