Farrah Abraham's upcoming "erotic novel" about the sex tape industry reportedly has executives at Vivid Entertainment concerned about what she might reveal.
Having previously ordered her to stop blabbing about how she was drugged and raped while promoting her porn debut, they've fired off another legal threat here.
Demanding that she keep her trap shut about how the industry courts and signs "talent," Vivid CEO Steve Hirsch believes his trade secrets are worth millions.
Only if they remain that way, though: As in secrets.
Farrah's "Celebrity Sex Tape" book trilogy is loosely based on her experience in the porn business, which gave Vivid a smash hit in Backdoor Teen Mom.
Hirsch doesn't want the details to get out regarding how the controversial film, which co-starred industry regular James Deen, came to be last year.