Farrah Abraham's "sex tape" continues to be the most lucrative thing the Teen Mom star has ever participated in, but Farrah is still pretending the professionally-produced, highly profitable porn is just an amateur sex tape that leaked accidentally.
Wire transfer receipts from the end of April show that just last month, Farrah cashed a check for over $100,000 from Vivid Entertainment - the porn company that shot and released Farrah's film debut: Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.
While the film was shockingly shut out at this year's Academy Awards, it continues to pay off financially for Farrah.
In addition to the six-figure checks, the video helped land Farrah a spot on VH1's Couples Therapy (where she made up one half of a non-existent couple), and enabled Farrah to write a book called Celebrity Sex Tape (the first in a planned trilogy), further exploiting the experience that she says "ruined" her life.
Of course, the video may have also gotten Farrah fired from Teen Mom, but that's a small price to pay to become a living legend, right?
"Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom continues to be one of Vivid Celebs' all-time best sellers," says Vivid CEO Steve Hirsch. "Not only is she a reality star, but Farrah is one of the greatest porn stars of all time!"
High praise, indeed. We're sure accolades like that will help Farrah sell copies of the Christian parenting book she's planning to write. Yes, that's a real thing.