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'Teen Mom' Farrah Takes Her Backdoor Expertise to Big Porn Meetup
On the heels of her hugely successful adult film, Farrah Abraham is taking a page out of Octomom's book and heading to Florida to continue getting her sexy on.
According to a press release, the former "Teen Mom" star will appear at Exxxotica South Florida at the CLUB magazine booth, where she'll sign autographs for fans and generally stay in the public eye in connection to her recently released porn, "Backdoor Teen Mom.”
Octomom made a similar-but-different choice, opting to head to the
armpit of the country FLA after her masturbation movie came out, to become a one-time stripper.
Abraham will also headline the official Exxxotica after party at the Hard Rock Casino, so if anyone misses the convention they can always catch her and her backdoor there.
The 21-year-old reality-star-turned-porn-actress sold her adult film, that she made with James Deen, to Vivid for nearly $1 million. She originally claimed it was a sex tape that was leaked without her permission, but soon copped to making the movie for your viewing pleasure.
The movie dominated once it was released, scoring more viewers than Kim Kardashian's cinematic endeavor of the same stripe.
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