Farrah Abraham is apparently not interested in making an easy million dollars to back up the supposedly tragic story she spun on VH1's Couples Therapy.
The Teen Mom star turned Backdoor Teen Mom star has a ... complicated relationship with the truth, as Vivid Entertainment CEO Steve Hirsch knows.
That's why, after she claimed she was drugged and raped more than once while promoting the first Farrah Abraham sex tape, he called Farrah's bluff.
Take a polygraph that confirms this, he said, and he'll give her $1 million cash. Fail it and relinquish past and future Backdoor Teen Mom royalties.
Her attorney said, "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."
"This is exactly what I expected from Farrah," Hirsch said in response to the inevitable non-acceptance of Vivid's $1 million offer to its cash cow.