In comments earlier this month, Farrah said she was violated during appearances at strip clubs and porn conventions last summer.
“I was drugged and raped more than once. I allowed the [wrong] type of people into my life,” she told InTouch. The appearances were apparently arranged by Vivid Entertainment, which released Farrah’s first two adult films.
With his company’s “good name” slandered, Vivid CEO Steve Hirsch called out the former Teen Mom star.
Her response? Nothing besides a lawyer-issued statement: “At this point in time my client has no comment to the offer made by Vivid. That is all the information I can provide you at this time.”
Vivid’s Steve responded by saying that’s what he expected.
“We know she loves money, but once she gets called out she’s afraid to respond. First you can’t stop the lies and then you can’t find her. She’s incapable of telling the truth. It’s surprising to me that a therapist with the credentials of Dr. Jenn Berman would really believe Farrah Abraham. We find no merit in Farrah’s recent statement that she was ‘drugged and raped more than once’ while on promotional tour following the release of her sex tape last year. Dr. Jenn could probably be of more benefit to Farrah by helping her to learn to tell the truth.”