The 'Teen Mom' star believes what makes her different from Kim is that she 'only wants to be a positive influence and shows positive things.'
Farrah Abraham refuses to be compared to Kim Kardashian, despite the fact that she just released a "personal" sex tape almost like Kim did years ago. The "Teen Mom" star says, "We are two different people, two different situations."
"I also don't agree with everything that she's done in her life, so I hope to live my life a little bit differently," the single mother adds during a new interview with Entertainment Tonight. "I only want to be a positive influence and show positive things."
During the chat, Farrah also dismisses her sex partner James Deen's previous suggestion that she "never owned the video" in the first place. She insists it was initially made for her personal collection and she only sold it after he went public with their bedroom romp.
"I was like 'I'm paying you to shut your mouth, you're signing the agreement' ... but he did it in his own way of saying 'I made a porn with her' and made it his own thing," she explains. "That's why I was like, 'Let me be one step ahead and let me gain control of my own video again.' "
"That's why I was meeting with different adult entertainment companies. I sold it to Vivid," she adds. She reportedly gets around $1 million, saying James didn't receive part of her profits. "But unless he made money off of his interviews, and those things I have no control over and that's him," she says.
The male porn star himself has talked about the sex tape in various interviews. In a chat on "Today" show, he said he didn't understand why Farrah was so mad with him, claiming "eventually the porno will come out, so it's just prolonging the inevitable."
He also said Farrah should thank him for helping drum up interest in the lot, "This whole thing definitely created some buzz. I can tell you that the movie's amazing in my opinion. The whole idea of doing a sex tape is to get famous, get press, Kim Kardashian-style, right?"
The sex tape indeed got a major attention from public. Vivid received two million visitors in just 12 hours after the video was released, breaking the record held by Kim K and Ray J's unrated footage that drew 600,000 during the same time frame.
"I can't believe the one time I have sex in the past year has turned into this #unreal," Farrah proudly tweeted.