Over the past few days, porn star James Deen has found himself at the center of a scandal that will likely end his career and may even result in criminal charges.
One of his co-stars, Farrah Abraham, is involved - at least in the sense that she's weighing in on the controversy - but she's not the source of James' woes.
It all started on Saturday, when adult film actress Stoya tweeted that Deen sexually assaulted her while they were in a relationship back in 2013.
Since then, several accusers have come forward about the "actor." Of course, thus isn't the first time Deen has faced such allegations.
The closest thing the porn world has to a mainstream star, Deen appeared alongside Lindsay Lohan in 2013's The Canyons, and famously performed in the Farrah Abraham sex tape, which was released the same year.
Shortly thereafter, Farrah revealed that she'd been drugged and raped on multiple occasions while she speaking with a counselor on the VH1 reality series Couples Therapy.
She later implied that Deen was her attacker, but never accused him outright.
Now that Stoya and several others have come forward, however, Farrah has taken to Twitter to double down on her allegations against Deen:
"I'm not going to say "I TOLD YOU SO" but I'm to busy for Rapists #weakAreStrong #speakout #slutwalk," Farrah tweeted yesterday.
She went on to retweet several followers who praised her for "speaking out."
James and Farrah's working relationship was tense from the start.
He accused Farrah of faking a pregnancy scare, falsely claiming that the two of them were dating, and trying to make him play along with a convoluted sham in which they would pass off their high-production value porn as a "leaked" sex tape.
Farrah has not offered any specifics about his alleged sexual misconduct, and again, it's currently unclear if she's claiming that Deen was the perpetrator of the shocking abuse that she described on Coupled Therapy.
Still, her tweet makes it very apparent that the Backdoor Teen Mom has joined the growing list of women who have accused Deen of sexual misconduct.
We'll have updates on this story as more information becomes available.
UPDATE: Now two more women have accused Deen of sexual assault, and while he remains innocent until proven guilty, one has to wonder ...
Is Farrah Abraham telling the truth for the first time ever?!