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Farrah Abraham Says She Made A Porno To Look Back On When She's Old

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"Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham has admitted to making a porn with adult superstar James Deen, but claims that she did it to immortalize her young and nubile body so that she would have something like a sex scrapbook to look back on when she's all old and wrinkled.

"I wanted my own personal video made and photos taken for myself, when I am older I will have my best year to look back on," the 21-year-old reality star told Today.com.

The back-and-forth over whether Abraham made a sex tape has been going on all week, with news outlets (including us) first reporting that the video in question was made privately and leaked accidentally.

But yesterday, Deen -- who claims that he "can't really lie" -- opened up to reporters and said that the tape was actually a porn, and was made deliberately and with everyone's consent.

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He declined to comment on whether he took time out of his life and career just to create a souvenir of Abraham's youth.

Abraham, for her part, is furious with Deen, telling Today.com that she "personally will never have anything to do with James." She also has a message for the haters that she posted on Twitter, which is of course the preferred platform for speaking to haters:

According to TMZ, Abraham did add that she'd be willing to sell the tape, if someone would be willing to pay several million dollars.