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Farrah Abraham served with cease and desist letter from Vivid Entertainment

Farrah Abraham and actor Jaime Kennedy attend the 'The Hungover Games' cast & crew screening at TCL Chinese 6 Theatres on February 11, 2014 in Hollywood, California.
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Farrah Abraham is in big trouble.

After claiming that she had been drugged and raped while on tour with Vivid Entertainment, promoting her sex tape, Vivid executive Steve Hirsh challenged her to a lie detector test, wanting everyone to see first hand that he and his company had nothing to do with any such thing.

After offering Farrah $1 million to take the test and prove whether or not she was lying about being drugged and raped, Vivid received a response from her lawyer, declining to take the test.

Now that Farrah has practically proven herself to be a liar, Vivid has served her with a cease and desist letter, and according to a Feb. 28 report by Fishwrapper, Vivid is demanding that she end all negative chatter about Vivid Entertainment.

If Farrah doesn’t end her Vivid disses, she will likely be sued.

Typically, in a situation like this, a cease and desist letter is the first step prior to a lawsuit, so Farrah should take this as a stern warning and keep her mouth shut from her on out. Otherwise, she could lose a lot of money.

Farrah is always talking a bit too much, and most of what she says doesn't seem to have any truth to it, and finally, her actions have caught up with her. Hopefully, she's smart enough to quit while she still can.