Last month, several women came forward claiming that they had been sexually assaulted by adult film star James Deen.
Farrah Abraham performed with Deen in her sex tape, and she she eventually became the eighth woman (most of them former co-stars) to publicly accuse Deen of sexual misconduct.
Farrah called Deen a rapist on Twitter, but at first, she was not specific about her experiences with porn world's most popular male star.
Now, in an interview with The Daily Mail, Farrah is speaking out for the first time about her experiences with Deen and her decision to come forward as one of his victims:
"James Deen raped me for his benefit of fame," Farrah says. "He conspired against me with others that I thought were my friends at the time and that was very hurtful.
"I let it all go and I wanted to move on; due to the public and others in the media believing an abusive womanizer, sex addict, disgusting, unprofessional, adult entertainer's lies."
Farrah tells the tabloid she won't go into specifics for legal reasons (she says she successfully sued Deen in 2013), but she does claim that she was drugged by the 29-year-old, whom she briefly dated:
"Deen said at the time he didn't do drugs or drink, but clearly I was drugged, and my legal staff and my therapist know that," Farrah says. "I don't know if he just drugged women to take advantage of them or what was going on.
"I experienced extreme anger problems and abusive behavior from Deen. He treated me like he wanted to break me and ruin my career as a reality star-celebrity.
"I had some bruises. I feel like he's not aware of how his grips will be, how things will be, and other women have voiced this already.
"I'm lucky I didn't date him for a long period of time and I'm lucky I didn't let him physically beat me because I'm sure that's what they [other women] had to deal with."
It's unclear if Deen will ever face criminal charges, but Abraham has stated that she believes other victims have yet to come forward.