Things are getting serious between these two parties.
A few weeks ago, Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham made some very serious allegations against Vivid Entertainment that she was "drugged and raped" several times while on tour promoting her tape.
Well, Vivid vehemently denied her allegations, and even offered her one million dollars to take a lie detector test.
However, we're guessing they never heard back from Farrah because now they've sent her a cease and desist letter!
Here's what it said:
“We have become aware that you have made unsubstantiated and baseless implications and allegations of wrongdoing against Vivid. In particular, you have publicly [sic] stated that you were drugged and raped more than once while on tour for Vivid promoting Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.
These statements are defamatory toward Vivid and are strenuously denied in all respects.
It is disappointing that you have once again chosen to pursue conduct that frustrates your duty of good faith and fair dealing in our contract concerning your performance as an adult actress for Vivid.
ACCORDINGLY, WE HEREBY PUT YOU ON NOTICE TO CEASE AND DESIST FROM ANY FURTHER DEFAMATORY ACTIONS AGAINST VIVID AS WELL AS ALL CONDUCT IN BREACH OF OUR CONTRACT.
Vivid Reserves to right to pursue any and all available legal remedies."
The person who signed the letter is the head of Vivid Entertainment - Steve Hirsch.
We wonder if Farrah will continue to speak about her allegations, or will drop the subject completely. We honestly don't know!
We're also confused if this means that the two parties won't be collaborating again.
It's fair to say that Vivid might not be so keen about working with Farrah anymore. In fact we're not sure if Farrah wants to work with them anymore either!
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