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James Deen And Farrah Abraham's Sex Tape Is Actually A Porno

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Yesterday, the internet got rocked (sort of) by the news that "Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham has a sex tape floating around with porn star James Deen. Pearls were clutched; tongues were wagged.

And while the tape does exist, it turns out that it's actually not of the homemade variety: It's a straight-up porno.

The sex tape rumor began when Abraham and Deen were spotted holding hands leaving the Vivid offices. Deen told TMZ that "Word travels fast ... it isn't even edited yet. We shot it yesterday."

Vivid founder Steven Hirsch added that he was "doing everything in my power to get the rights to put it out."

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But speaking to TMZ today, Deen cleared the whole thing up in one fell swoop, making it clear that the video was shot deliberately and that that's why they were leaving the Vivid offices together (duh).

"I have this problem where I can't really lie," he said, "so I was like, we're making a porno, what do you think's going on?"

Deen elaborated in great detail to E! News:

"We definitely shot a scene, and in my opinion it was very amazingly awesome," he told the entertainment site. "I thought she was very nice and super sexy...I had never heard of her before as I don't follow pop culture, but it is nice to see that her fame has not gone to her head. I hope she has positive feelings about me, but regardless, I will never have a bad thing to say about her."

According to US Weekly, as of yesterday, Abraham was still pretending that the tape was taken for personal use. "I don't ... [know] ... anything about that," she said. "If I had my own personal stuff, that's my own personal thing."

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And her mother — her poor mother — is standing by Abraham's side, telling TMZ that "My daughter has never expressed interest in things like that. She was not brought up that way...We have religious beliefs."

Deen isn't known for shying away from the public eye or from speaking his mind — he recently spoke at a Pasadena City College class about porn, sex and his unique line of work. Abraham, for her part, has written a memoir and was recently photographed lingerie-clad and hooking up with other girls.