May 6, 2013
The Farrah Abraham sex tape is just days away from hitting adult video stores and sites near you, barring any last minute contract squabbles with MTV.
Steve Hirsch, the CEO of Vivid Entertainment, says he's ready to release it unless the network gives him a really good legal reason to shelve it for now.
Hirsch wants to know if there's something in her contract that would prohibit his company from releasing the Farrah Abraham sex tape it just purchased.
Having paid big bucks for the rights to the Backdoor Teen Mom's work, there's no way he won't release the tape, whether it's this week or down the road.
By sending an ultimatum of sorts to MTV, he's going on record saying he wants to iron out any issues now, rather than face a frivolous lawsuit later.
Farrah was allegedly paid nearly $1 million for the romp, which she planned to pass off as a "leaked" tape, but was really just a porn she set out to make.
Whatever you want to call it, and whatever you think of her decision from a moral standpoint, her plan netted huge money, and the tape is about to go national.
It's unclear how the network could object. The original Teen Mom is over with, and we doubt she had any anti-James Deen pleasuring clauses to begin with.
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