James Deen: Farrah Abraham Was on Birth Control, There Was No Contract — Exclusive
In today's installment of that Teen Mom story that should be yesterday's news but isn't, we're setting the record straight about some rumors regarding Farrah Abraham's ovaries. Everyone's favorite porntrepreneur did the dirty with adult film star James Deen in early April, and now she's clutching her pearls in a panic — homegirl thinks she's knocked up! She was even spotted at a pharmacy over Mother's Day weekend purchasing an EPT.
So what does James Deen have to say about the possibility of fathering Farrah's love child? He calls the whole thing "ridiculous," telling Wetpaint Entertainment his stipulations for the film were that Farrah be screened for STDs and be on birth control.
"My request to do the scene with her was that she was tested and we both get tested," James said a few days after filming Backdoor Teen Mom. "I also said she has to be on birth control and they confirmed that she was on birth control."
But according to TMZ, "sources" close to Farrah say she was not taking contraceptives and she even missed her last period. Farrah also claims she'd been chaste for over a year before her 70-minute televised sexcapade (yeah, OK), so James is the only one who could have possibly preggoed her eggo.
In a recent interview with KROQ on May 14, James added that he was "sworn" to by the people at Vivid Entertainment, the porn company that distributed the flick, that she was on the pill.
"Here's the thing," he said. "I did not test her urine and I didn't see her taking the birth control, so I'm going off the people I've known for years. I've been working with Vivid since 2004, so when they tell me she's on birth control, maybe I shouldn't have trusted them ... but it is called Backdoor Teen Mom, so... "
Listen, there's absolutely nothing wrong with getting a little peace of mind and taking a pregnancy test — after all, Farrah knows firsthand that every time is a risk — but we're going to call it and say Farrah has most likely not been sperminated by James Deen for reasons spelled out in our scientific think piece about how babies are made.
"There was never a contract," James told us on May 13. "I absolutely did not sign an NDA [non-disclosure agreement]."
James added during his KROQ interview that Vivid asked him to sign one, but he refused.
So there you have it, people. Now we can finally start talking about something else, like Farrah's rumored upcoming all-girl flick. We kid, we kid … but not really. What can we say? Farrah's the gift that keeps on giving, and we can't wait to see what she bestows upon us next.
Lindsay Dreyer is an editor at Wetpaint Entertainment. Follow her on Twitter @LindsayNYC.