Vivid Video is trying to stop Farrah Abraham’s erotic fiction

Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom

Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom

In case you haven’t heard by now, Farrah Abraham is launching a series of erotic novels, which will double as the English language’s tombstone. Seriously, I don’t think I’ve ever met anyone who has misunderstood the concept of eroticism or literature the way Farrah does, and yet … here we are. Anyway, Vivid Video has decided to step in and shield the world from the awfulness that is Farrah’s written word by threatening her with legal action if she spills their secrets. Because they are the hero Gotham needs, but not the one it deserves. TMZ reports …

Vivid Entertainment execs are FREAKED OUT at Farrah Abraham’s upcoming book about the sex tape industry … and they’ve fired off a letter demanding that she keep her trap shut. Vivid honcho Steve Hirsch has a lot to lose if Farrah blabs about how the porn company courts and signs celeb talent. Hirsch believes his trade secrets are worth millions … but only if they remain secret. In Hirsch’s letter … he notes Farrah signed a confidentiality agreement and she can’t hide behind thinly-veiled fiction.

Oh thank gosh… seriously, clap for Vivid Video now. Because at least someone is out there on the frontlines going, “you know what? We gave her a chance. She sh!t all over it, so now we’re cutting her off.” It doesn’t matter what you do in life, but how you do it, and if this is the kind of attention demanding, disrespectful f*ckery she’s going to associate herself with, then good on Steve Hirsch for pulling the plug on her. Also, the whiny little English major inside of me would love nothing more than to see her books pulled.

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