May 07, 2013 07:55:03 GMT
The 'Canyons' actor hints that the 'Teen Mom' star has already signed a deal with an adult entertainment company before sharing sex scene with him.
The notion of Farrah Abraham selling her sex tape to Vivid Entertainment might be a make-up story. James Deen, the man who had sex with the "Teen Mom" star in the video, revealed in a new interview that, contrary to her statement, she was professionally hired, like he was, to do the sex scene.
James, who began to star in mainstream films starting with his role in Lindsay Lohan's "The Canyons", told RumorFix, "She never owned the tape." He said, "I got a call from the company that made it - 'Hey you wanna do this movie with this girl?' I approached it like a regular day at the office."
If Farrah coined the deal like James did, it could mean that she already pocketed her paycheck before the filming, quite contrary to the public's knowledge that she reached a nearly $1-million deal with Vivid after her plan to set up the video as an inevitably-leaked sex tape was ruined by James' statement.
When the professional male porn star first opened up about the sex tape, Farrah responded by insisting that she filmed the adult video only for her personal collection, but she did say she was willing to release it for the right price. A few days later, news about her deal with Vivid broke out.
Asked about the matter, James said, "I don't want to alter anyone's plan or press scheme or anything -I'm not involved in that - it's not any of my business." Despite their fallout, he had no hard words for Farrah. "I thought she did a great job and it's a great movie. It's gonna be a really good porno," he stated.
Farrah herself said in a statement, "I am happy with the seven-figure settlement I have reached with what I feel to be the best adult entertainment company in the industry, Vivid. I look forward to my future goals of completing my Master's degree and focusing on being a great mother for my daughter as well as many other culinary business endeavors in my future."
In a Keek video, she later vehemently defended her porn debut as she asked her haters, "What would you do?"