While rumors suggest she originally plotted it as an inevitably-leaked sex tape, the 'Teen Mom' star insists she only filmed the adult video for her own collection.
Farrah Abraham changes her tune regarding the buzzing report about her sex tape which has already been confirmed by James Deen, her partner in the adult video. After previously denying such R-rated footage featuring her exists, she finally admits she did make a porno.
The single mother tries to play it down by insisting that the tape was made for her "own personal collection." She says, "I'm a great woman, mother and entrepreneur... I wanted my own personal video made and photos taken for myself, when I am older I will have my best year to look back on."
"If my ex-boyfriend Derek were alive, I would've rather it had been him with me," the MTV reality star adds, referring to her baby daddy who died in a car accident in 2008. As for releasing the video, she makes it clear that she "will not be settling for anything less than a couple million."
Abraham is allegedly mad at Deen for leaking information about the porn video to public without consulting with her first. Rumor has it, the mother of 4-year-old Sofia planned to set it up as a sex tape that got leaked but he ruined it by confirming to the media that it was a professional project.
"I think what happened is that [the porn company was] going to pass it off as a 'sex tape' and somebody saw us coming out of a building together and people asked me what's going on, so I was like we're making a porno!" the male porn star previously told TMZ.
Deen, who starred opposite Lindsay Lohan in "The Canyon", was caught on camera holding hands with Abraham when leaving Vivid Entertainment's offices together. He claimed it was his way to build chemistry with his partner and make her comfortable before they had sex in front of the camera.
"In my opinion it was very amazingly awesome," Deen said of the scene they shot together. "I thought she was very nice and super sexy. ... I hope she has positive feelings about me, but regardless, I will never have a bad thing to say about her."