Farrah Abraham irked by ignorance of “some lesbians” after awkward sex tape talk


Farrah Abraham brought the interesting again on last night’s episode of Couples Therapy.

Dr. Jenn Berman asked Farrah during a group session about trust issues and she opened up about her “sex tape.” She got emotional as she explained:

“I feel like I’m very hurt from the sex tape thing. I’m sick of f**king being tough about it all the time. I handled it but it’s like hard to deal with. It’s made a difference in me and it’s made a difference in who I date and my friends even and other things that have been brought up where people are thinking it’s a porn or all that sh*t. I do not not want that to f**k up my whole life.”

Fellow cast member Sada Bettencourt, from Showtime’s The Real L Word, questioned Farrah about their discussions of Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.

Sada: I am not judging about the sex tape at all, I don’t think there is anything wrong with the sex industry and I know you said you don’t work in the industry but when we were talking about it you had said to me that it was filmed with one of your boyfriends. I’m just curious which boyfriend that was.

Farrah: He does porn for a living, like that is his job. He actually like… That is his career.

Sada: I’m just curious as to how that was a sex tape filmed at home when there is actually a camera crew filming…

It was at this point where things got a little strange after Farrah kind of misspoke and the concept of a “camera person” got skewed:

Farrah: No there was not. There was only me and the camera person. So where are you seeing a camera crew?

Sada: Different angles.

Farrah: I can straight up, honestly say there was never any other person ever around us when we were having sex.

Sada: You just said camera person?

Farrah: I don’t know if I ever said “camera person.” Putting words in my mouth and stuff, it’s kind of like a touchy subject.

Sara went on to explain that she understood Farrah, that she and her partner had been filmed having sex and it was shown on TV and that she only felt like Farrah should just be honest about what happened in relation to the tape for herself moving forward.

So how did Farrah handle all of this? Not well. Here’s her tweets in reaction to the episode:

Farrah Abraham's tweet about how some lesbians are ignorant



She also wrote, “I think if this is the one thing in the house people make up & use against me & lie about to others #F**KTHEM #LIERS #LOSERS” and, “I feel like my whole house assumes sh*t, not of just me but each other….#SoTelling #soannoying.”

The rest of the episode featured a number of the cast members talking about the perceived dishonesty she conveys when talking about her sex tape and how it made it difficult for them to trust her.

Here are Jon Gosselin’s comments:

“I think she shot a porn. To be blatantly honest I think she shot a porn, she feels ashamed, she has regret and she’s trying to cover it up with a sex tape story. Who cares what you do. If you want to be a biker, be a biker. If you want to be a dentist, be a dentist. If you want to be a porn star, be a porn star. I’m not going to judge you either way, just like own up to it. I’m judging the fact you’re not telling the truth.”

Later, Berman sat with Farrah in an attempt to help her understand her past and how it influences her actions:

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