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Vivid CEO tells 'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham to cease and desist

The CEO accuses Abraham of making "unsubstantiated and baseless implications and allegations of wrongdoing against Vivid."
By Annie Martin Follow @littlemannie   |   Feb. 28, 2014 at 3:04 PM
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 28 (UPI) -- Vivid CEO Steve Hirsch has sent Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham a letter telling her to "cease and desist" her "defamatory actions."

In the letter, Hirsch states that Abraham "made unsubstantiated and baseless implications and allegations of wrongdoing against Vivid. In particular, you have publically stated that you were drugged and raped more than once while on tour for Vivid... These statements are defamatory toward Vivid and are strenuously denied in all aspects." The CEO goes on to say that, "Vivid reserves the right to pursue any and all available legal remedies."

Vivid paid Abraham nearly $1 million in 2013 for her sex tape, Farrah Superstar: Back Door Teen Mom. She told In Touch afterward that "The sex tape ruined my life," and has claimed she did not consent to Vivid's release of a sequel to the film.

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