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Farrah Abraham Worried She Got Pregnant From Filming 'Backdoor Teen Mom' Porn
Happy Mother's Day! Reality TV-turned-porn star Farrah Abraham was spotted picking up a pregnancy test at the drugstore.
Sources tell TMZ that the former "Teen Mom" is worried that she got knocked up while filming
her sex tape the porn video she shot with James Deen. At the time of filming, Abraham wasn't on birth control, and the pair didn't use condoms in the video (as many Angelenos would prefer). And now Abraham is late.
Then again, the sexperts over at TMZ who watched her tape (unlike us) said she shouldn't be too worried about pregnancy, since, uh, it was titled "Backdoor Teen Mom" for a reason.
On the face of it, it seems ironic since that Abraham is dealing with a pregnancy scare—after all, she made a career in reality TV because of her unplanned pregnancy. But maybe, just maybe Abraham has a knack for garnering the kind of publicity that has propelled her from D-list reality star to tabloid staple whose sex tape outsold Kim Kardashian's.
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