‘Teen Mom’ star Farrah Abraham sells sex tape for six figures

Getty Images'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham (right) sells her sex tape

Getty Images'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham (right) sells her sex tape

We can all sleep tight tonight knowing “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham has finally inked a six-figure deal to distribute her sex tape.

TMZ has been keeping this important story alive for weeks, but Abraham herself did an amazing job in plotting out the entire turn of events. First, deny you have made a sex tape so as to build anticipation. Then, admit to having the sex tape but say that no one will be seeing it.

Next, refuse to sell it for no less than $2 million. Finally, settle on high six figures with Vivid Entertainment, one of the biggest pornography companies in the country. Farrah, you are smarter than you look.

 

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