Vivid Offers Farrah Abraham $1M to Pass Polygraph Test
LOS ANGELES — Steven Hirsch, founder/co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment, said he is offering Farrah Abraham, the star of two of his celeb sex tapes, $1-million if she takes and passes a sanctioned polygraph test.
“Farrah has seemingly made a cottage industry out of telling lies,” Hirsch said. “She now says that she was drugged and raped more than once while she was promoting her first sex tape, 'Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom,' last year.”
Abraham has told several media outlets she surrounded herself with the “wrong type of people” while making promotional appearances for Vivid to promote the tape at adult conventions and strip clubs. Hirsch’s response: “We challenge Farrah to take our sanctioned polygraph test to prove whether or not she was telling the truth. If she passes the polygraph test, we will give her $1-million.”
“If not,” Hirsch added, “Farrah needs to publically state that she was not being truthful and agree to forego all future and past royalties on both of her tapes. We look forward to her response.”
Hirsch is giving Abraham 48 hours to respond to his challenge, as of Friday afternoon, Feb. 14.
Vivid has distributed two movies featuring Abraham, "Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom" and "Farrah 2: Backdoor" and more which are both available at Vivid.com.