May 01, 2013 04:47:03 GMT
Debra Danielson, the mother of the 'Teen Mom' star, says in her letter, 'I will never leave you or forsake you.'
Farrah Abraham and her mother, Debra Danielson, seem to have patched things up after they were rumored having a fallout following her sex tape drama. The "Teen Mom" star recently posted a picture of the letter her mom sent to her after she moved out of her family's home.
"I miss you both so much! Love you and pray God will bless and keep you safe. Want our family to heal and grow," Debra wrote in her letter. "I will never leave you or forsake you. You are a priority in my life." In response, Farrah tweeted, "Awh look my #1st letter from my #Mom after moving:) #BIGDEAL."
Rumor previously suggested that Farrah and Debra got into a huge fight after it's revealed that she made a sex tape. The mother vehemently defended her daughter when the sex tape rumor first emerged. She supposedly felt embarrassed and betrayed when Farrah later admitted she did film an adult video.
"After meeting with my counselor today, I've packed up everything and I'm not talking to my mom anymore," the reality TV star/writer said back then amidst their feud. "My mother will never be a good mother to me and it is too hurtful to deal with let alone have my daughter Sophia around it."
Farrah filmed the sex tape with professional porn star James Deen. Various rumors suggested the single young mother originally planned to set up the R-rated footage as a sex tape that got inevitably leaked but James ruined it by confirming to the media that it was a professional project.
She tried to play it down by insisting the tape was made for her "own personal collection." She said, "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." She did say she was willing to release it for the right price.
The tape was finally sold to Vivid Entertainment for $600,000, near her $1 million asking price.
Farrah now resides in Texas with her toddler daughter, Sophia, after leaving her mother's house in Nebraska.