Yikes! As if she didn't already have enough drama in her life, now there's a chance that a lawsuit will be filed against Farrah Abraham by the adult film company, Vivid -- the peeps who are responsible for Back Door Teen Mom.
Apparently they sent Farrah a cease and desist letter, which basically threatens her with legal action if she doesn't, how shall I put this ... shut her mouth immediately about the abuse she claims to have endured while promoting her "movie."
An excerpt from the letter obtained by RadarOnline reads:
We have become aware that you have made unsubstantiated and baseless implications and allegations of wrongdoing against Vivid. In particular, you have publically [sic] stated that you were drugged and raped more than once while on tour for Vivid promoting Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.
These statements are defamatory towards Vivid and are strenuously denied in all respects.
It is disappointing that you have once again chosen to pursue conduct that frustrates your duty of good faith and fair dealing in our contract concerning your performance as an adult actress for Vivid.
D'oh! That's not good. And it kind of makes you wonder -- if Vivid is willing to take legal action against Farrah, doesn't it sound like there's a pretty good chance she might not be telling the truth about what happened to her?
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I'm not going to be so bold as to call her out for lying, because she's the only one who knows what went down. But it just seems kind of strange for Vivid to send her a letter like this if they aren't positive there's no truth to her claims, doesn't it?
Huh. It'll be interesting to see how this one plays out. And if Farrah suddenly retracts some of her words or simply disappears from the public eye altogether -- I guess we'll have our answer.
Who do you believe? Vivid or Farrah?
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