Farrah Abraham's sex tape trailer for 'Backdoor Teen Mom' arrivesAdd to Favorites | Teen Mom
Note: The trailer has since been pulled by Hollywood Life, the site which originally revealed it. We will post a new version of the trailer if it is released. The original story continues below.
Farrah Abraham is doing a bad job of convincing us that her sex tape was made just to "celebrate [her] awesome body." A trailer for "Backdoor Teen Mom" has been released that shows this movie is a porno in every sense of the word.
The trailer focuses entirely on Abraham, which isn't surprising due to the fact the "Teen Mom" star is not too happy with her co-star James Deen having spilled the beans about their little tryst. She is seen here having sex in bed, frolicking in the shower and even doing inappropriate things in a limo. Abraham sounds especially convincing when she tells Deen in the trailer, "So good." Someone clearly was doing her best porn star impression while filming, and we're not talking about the professional porn actor here.
The scenes shown in the trailer were previously teased by photos released by Vivid Entertainment. Vivid reportedly paid close to a million dollars to premiere the video. The sex tape is now available to watch online (be warned, that is a NSFW link).
Abraham recently released a strange video confession where she explains why she sold her sex tape. "So on the real, what would you do?" Abraham says in the video. "You have been a single mother for four years, off and on dating loser-a** boys who always try to sell information, lie to you, manipulate, and you just realize you're an awesome person and you deserve someone? And, now that you've been 21, you've pretty much been crying every night because you're single and you're alone?"
She continues, "And so you make your own video, celebrate your awesome body, get your own sexy shots. So the person you did this with has the urge to yell it out when he should be professional and not. So, you have companies interested. Why not sell it? And that's what I did."