Vivid Entertainment CEO Steve Hirsch has thrown down the gauntlet, calling out Farrah Abraham for her myriad fabrications and telling her to put up ... or pay up.
The Backdoor Teen Mom star has been outspoken about how her sex tape "ruined her," how she never agreed to the just-released sequel, and much worse.
Hirsch isn't buying it, and wants her to stop the sob stories ASAP, as they're bad for business, not to mention reprehensible, given what she's alleging.
In response to comments on Couples Therapy that she was raped and drugged multiple times during her PR tour for her first sex tape, Hirsch proposes that:
- If she takes a polygraph test producing positive results indicating this is actually true, Vivid will pay her $1 MILLION for having endured this.
- If she fails the lie detector test, she forfeits all future royalties and must repay what she's already made from the Farrah Abraham sex tape.
High stakes, and not a chance in the world that she'll accept, because it's Farrah, who rakes in the porn cash while bashing the industry in the same breath.
Still, Hirsch's offer reiterates how confident he is that her rape claim is BS, which he matter-of-factly said in an interview while presenting the polygraph idea.
Hirsch said he was there when Farrah was promoting Backdoor Teen Mom, and that she had a blast with the events and people from the adult industry.
The Vivid CEO also expressed shock that Dr. Jenn Berman, VH1's respected Couples Therapy therapist, has been "taken in" by what Farrah is spewing.
Bottom line: Expect Farrah to decline this offer, continue to say she IS NOT A PORN STAR, then call Steve every three months for her royalty check.
NOTE: Follow the link for the NSFW Farrah sex tape trailer.