During Farrah Abraham’s unforgettable sit down with Dr. Phil, the former Teen Mom cast member explained that she’d probably ask for even more than the $2 mil estimate she originally gave to sell her already infamous recorded romp. Perhaps some people out in Cali have big pockets because Farrah was seen leaving a negotiation to deal the p0rn and she was accompanied by… her dad Michael and daughter Sophia. Say whah!?!
Farrah’s new BFF’s out in Los Angeles, TMZ’s paparazzi camera dudes, ran into the Abrahams as they exited Vivid headquarters on Sunday. Here’s the clip as Farrah explains her wheeling and dealing, all while her dad seemed impossibly uncomfortable while trying to show his support:
“My dad’s just very supportive and… you know my family supports me. My dad’s just here helping me out and I wanted to bring Soph out here as well and you know I’m just getting a couple of different offers from two other companies because I think it’s just smart that I’m hearing what each company has to say and, you know, really hearing out everything so I can process it and make the right choice.”
The paps asked Farrah if she thought that her tape would be huge and profitable and this was her answer:
“I’ve only gotten great feedback from the other companies — that they were impressed — which I think in terms of every field of work that I’ve worked in I’m always wanting to hear good feedback whether it’s shows, or it’s my book, or other things… And I’ve only gotten great feedback about this and that’s why I’m maybe looking into the option of releasing it and if I heard otherwise I wouldn’t even be releasing it.”
Vivid’s head honcho, Steve Hirsch, spoke with TMZ as well and he was certainly taken aback when he realized that Farrah had brought Sophia to his company’s offices. “Well, quite frankly I was surprised. That’s why we assured she [Sophia] was outside in the lobby… hanging out… coloring… while we were actually talking — but she wasn’t in the office when we were actually talking.” He added that he’s seen over an hour of the action and that it’s “very explicit.”
Hirsch also verified that ultimately it’s Farrah’s decision as to whether or not her latest work venture will ever see the light of day.
Speaking of the Dr. Phil taping as mentioned earlier, Farrah sent out a tweet that she quickly deleted arguing that the whole thing was for show. She wrote, “Lmao @everyone who believes Dr. Phil; qued audience, told by producer what to say & payed me 2go on his show= fake drama thanks haters.”