VIDEO: Vivid demands Farrah Abraham stay silent
Farrah Abraham has reportedly been sent a cease and desist letter, which demands that her upcoming erotic novel omit all of Vivid Entertainment's trade secrets.
Farrah Abraham's teen mom-turned-singer-turned-porn star career has become even messier. News of the starlet's upcoming erotic novel Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making has some of her old bosses concerned, and we're not talking about the executives over at MTV.
TMZ reports that Vivid Entertainment CEO Steve Hirsch has sent Abraham a cease and desist letter, which demands that the 22-year-old star keep quiet on all of his company's secrets, including exactly how they scout and hire their talent. Hirsch reportedly is well aware that Abraham is knowledgeable about the company's trade secrets and is scared that she'll open a can of worms.
Those secrets includes some inside perspective on Abraham's very first sex tape, Back Door Teen Mom, which featured porn honcho James Deen. Even though the tape was marketed to the public as authentic footage, it is reported that it was instead a planned production courtesy of the Vivid Entertainment boss man.
Abraham's Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making is set to be the first book in her erotic novel trilogy and is loosely based on her own experience in the adult entertainment industry. However, there's one small tidbit that might keep Hirsch's secrets safe. Abraham signed a confidentiality agreement that prevents her from sharing any behind-the-scenes action even if it is disguised as loose fiction. At time of press, Abraham had yet to respond to Hirsch's reported cease and desist letter.
Despite two sex tapes and a sex-toy line under her belt, Abraham confessed to InTouch Weekly back in January that the sex tape actually ruined her life, emphasizing that she didn't realize how much attention the footage would bring her. It sounds like someone changed her mind.
Abraham's Celebrity Sex Tape: In The Making is set to drop on July 2, 2014.