Farrah Abraham insinuates James Deen's a rapist with dismissive remark
Farrah Abraham definitely feels vindicated by the James Deen rape accusations, if her latest tweet is any indication.
Following multiple women in the adult film industry who have stepped forward to say that they were forcibly assaulted and raped by Deen, Abraham took to Twitter to express her thoughts on the accusations.
Abraham infamously starred in a porn flick with Deen called Back Door Teen Mom.
According to Wet Paint, Abraham said she was dating Deen at the time of the sex tape and insisted that it was not meant for public viewing, even though it looked professionally shot. She hasn't accused Deen directly of rape but did say she was exploited by Deen and Vivid Entertainment, the company that released the film.
"I think in life he has more of an anger issue, which makes him not so gentle," Abraham told the outlet. "He disrespects women."
Before these accusations, Deen was known as the "feminist sweetheart" of the porn industry, according to Design & Trend.
Deen's girlfriend and fellow adult film star, Stoya, was the first to accuse Deen of rape on Sunday.
Since her initial accusations, a slew of other women have come forward.
Another woman, Tori Lux, wrote an essay for the Daily Beast, detailing her assault by Deen. And yet another porn performer also commented to the Daily Beast that Deen had attempted to rape her, and then tried to silence her when she wanted to speak out about it.
As for Deen, he has adamantly denied the accusations.
Despite his denials, more women have continued to step forward with claims of assault and rape, quickly taking away Deen's "feminist sweetheart" label and replacing it with one that seems to be more fitting: The Bill Cosby of porn.