This story just keeps getting weirder and weirder. So we’ve covered the Farrah Abraham sex tape in nauseating detail over the last few weeks because it’s one of the funniest, most pathetic publicity grabs I can remember.
The gist, if you haven’t been following along: D-list former MTV reality show star with huge bolt-on fakies hires porn actor James Deen to film a tape with her, sells it to Vivid, then claims it was a “private tape” that she “never wanted released.” Deen, because he’s a pretty smart and solid dude, openly came out and called bullshit on the whole deal. The tape comes out and it’s raunchy as hell, featuring anal, squirting and all sorts of other deviant acts, and Vivid makes a ton of money off of it. That should be the end of it, right? Right?
No chance in hell, buddy. When a fame whore gets a little taste of the sweet, sweet attention they crave, it just makes them hungry for more. So it shouldn’t be surprising that Abraham was just photographed at a pharmacy buying a pregnancy test.
Well, it shouldn’t be surprising except for one thing: Deen didn’t ejaculate anywhere near Abraham’s vagina. If you watch the tape (don’t watch the tape), all of his man-batter goes in two places: her butthole and her face. Babies don’t get made that way. Obviously, the “pregnancy scare” is just more headline-grabbing from the desperate Abraham, who ruined the life of her already existing kid for a few dollars. Deen had some harsh words for his co-star.
“This is a type of publicity I do not agree with and I do not want to participate in. Joking or lying or using pregnancy to get attention and media is not cool. It involves three people’s lives including the potential unborn child. It is not a subject to just throw around.”
“I am taking it seriously enough to research the possibility of someone getting pregnant from anal sex and semen on their face while they are having sex on their period with a sponge inside them.”
“I spoke to the clinic where we both got tested before our scene along with my personal medical doctor regarding the subject. However, I am more concerned about the fact that Vivid told me she was on birth control. Had I known she was not taking preventive measures I would have never accepted the scene.”
“When we first shot the scene within the first 30 seconds she said ‘I want you to cum inside me.’
“So I thought in my head this is the type of behavior that could happen — that she wanted to create a fake pregnancy scam.”
“And I was told she was on birth control, but she’s known for being a Teen Mom so I was a bit concerned.”
Uh if I was a “bit concerned” that a lady who asked me to cum inside of her was lying about birth control, I’d probably pull out too. We’ll see how this story develops, because I’m sure it will.