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Farrah Abraham and James Deen Sex Tape Released

By Anne Cohen

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In case you were wondering whether “Farrah Superstar: Back Door Teen Mom” lives up to its name, the tape has been released online.

The professionally produced porn flick (available here, if you’re into that sort of thing), was originally supposed to be leaked as a sex tape by ex-Teen mom star Abraham, was sold to Vivid Entertainment for over $1 million last week.

According to the adult production company, the footage is “shockingly explicit” and Abraham “takes James Deen as you’d never imagine, in a backdoor scene you’ll never forget. With her tight young body and totally uninhibited sexuality, it’s no wonder why she wanted to capture this moment in time. And now you can too!”

Last week, Abraham defended her decision to star in a porn film in a self-produced video that she uploaded to her Keek account.

“Now that you’re 21, you’ve pretty much been crying every night because you are single and alone. So, you make your own video, celebrate your awesome body (and) get your own sexy shots. So, the person you did this with has the urge to yell it out, when he should be professional and is not,” she said, alluding to co-star James Deen, who refused to pretend that the two were dating and outed the video for what it was — porn.

Despite the big talk, Abraham tweeted the following about the film’s release.


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