LOS ANGELES, Feb. 7 (UPI) -- Former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham claims she did not consent to a second sex tape starring herself that is about to get marketed.
According to TMZ, the reality star's lawyer say Abraham did not authorize Vivid to release a sequel to her first movie porno flick, Backdoor Teen Mom. They added that they movie is just extra footage from the first sex tape she did with porn star James Deen.
Abraham's lawyer reportedly said she was "a mother, a public figure, and an author," and not a porn star, and that he was unable to keep Vivid's founder and co-chairman Steve Hirsch from releasing the film.
Abraham sold her first pornographic tape to Vivid Entertainment for nearly $1 million in 2013.