“Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham was going lots of appearances at sex clubs and strip clubs after she released her first sex tape. And while she was eager to promote her work with the strippers, she made some interesting comments. She claimed she was "drugged and raped more than once" in the wake of her sex tape, and that she "allowed the [wrong] type of people into [her] life." However, Vivid Entertainment doesn’t want to be associated with these rape claims. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on Feb. 21, “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham is not planning on taking the lie detector test that she has been offered from Vivid over these claims.
"Farrah has seemingly made a cottage industry out of telling lies,” Steve Hirsch said in a press release. “We challenge Farrah to take our sanctioned polygraph test to prove whether or not she was telling the truth. If she passes the polygraph test, we will give her $1 million. If not, Farrah needs to publicly state that she was not being truthful and agree to forego all future and past royalties on both of her tapes. We look forward to her response."
Farrah had 48 hours to respond to these claims, but she hasn’t said much. Her lawyer issued a statement saying, “At this point in time my client has no comment to the offer made by Vivid. That is all the information I can provide you at this time." It sounds like Farrah doesn’t want an extra million dollars in her bank account.
What do you think of her decision?