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‘Teen Mom’ Farrah Abraham offered $1M by Vivid to prove she's a liar

HOLLYWOOD, CA - FEBRUARY 11: TV personality Farrah Abraham attends the 'The Hungover Games' cast party at Lure on February 11, 2014 in Hollywood, California. (Photo by Michael Buckner/Getty Images for Sony Pictures Home Entertainment)
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Just when you think you've heard it all about “Teen Mom” and “Couples Therapy” star Farrah Abraham, Vivid Entertainment would like to prove everything we know as wrong, according to K-Pop Star on March 11. According to the site, Vivid Entertainment is giving Abraham a legal warning regarding the lies Farrah is spreading about the movie and promotion of “Backdoor Teen Mom.”

Farrah is accusing Vivid Entertainment of allowing her to be “drugged and raped” while out at events sponsored by Vivid to promote her adult film, “Backdoor Teen Mom.” Lying about rape is no laughing matter and if she is indeed lying about the claims, there will be legal repercussions.

Vivid Entertainment is offering her a way out. CEO, Steven Hirsch, is angry that Abraham is spreading lies that could potentially damage his business. Hirsch is determined once and for all to prove that Farrah is a liar by offering her $1 million to take a polygraph test.

Prove Hirsch wrong than Abraham gets $1 million. If Steven wins, Farrah will give back all the money she’s made from the film and give up rights to future royalties for “Backdoor Teen Mom” and “Backdoor Teen Mom 2.”

Farrah has yet to respond. Hirsch is not one to mess around. Abraham could face charges if she doesn't speak up soon.

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