There's hope yet that Teen Mom Farrah Abraham's adult film will be taken down from the Internet. Not a lot of hope, but hope enough. Apparently, MTV is not pleased with the association and is trying to find a clause in Farrah's contract that would throw a wrench in her pornographic debut, but they're having a hard time coming up with anything. The CEO of Vivid told MTV to "put up or shut up" about the alleged clause, because the tape is up ... and making money.
I'm feeling for the legal team at MTV right now who are no doubt desperately trying to find some vague language that would make Farrah's porn a breach of contract, but so far as we know, nothing's been found.
I wonder if MTV is most concerned with the title of the flick, Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom, since Teen Mom is the name of the MTV show, or if their concerns go deeper than that, and they're worried about the fame monsters they're partly responsible for creating.
At this point, it doesn't sound like the network has any say as to whether Farrah's tape is distributed or not, but I'm sure somewhere in those offices, they're clamoring to add a "no porn" section to each of the Teen Mom's existing contracts and are mailing them out ASAP.
Jenelle Evans' money-making backup plans just got way more complicated.
What do you think?
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