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Video: Farrah Abraham Talks About Her Sex Tape On Dr. Phil
Farrah Abraham, star of MTV's "Teen Mom," has been in the news quite a bit lately after she made a sex tape that was later revealed to be not a sex tape but a porn, filmed deliberately with adult star James Deen.
Now, Abraham is sitting down with Dr. Phil to has out her issues...or kind of keep avoiding them.
In a trailer for the episode, which will air tomorrow, Abraham is grilled by the talk show host. In discussing the porn, she says, "I made my own personal video."
Dr. Phil retaliates with, "Do you think that people will believe you?"
Abraham, quick to the draw, fires back: "I don't care."
The episode should be a good showdown.
In case you weren't following, news about Abraham's sex tape broke about two weeks ago. She vehemently denied having made one, but then James Deen came out and told reporters that they had indeed shot a porn together, and that Abraham knew exactly what she was doing. Abraham responded by saying that she filmed it so she'd have something to look back on when she was older.
Here's a teaser for the Dr. Phil show:
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