Farrah Abraham’s Sex Tape Partner Is Furious Over Pregnancy 'Publicity Stunt'
“To say you’re potentially pregnant is not something to joke about,” Deen told Celebuzz. “When you knowingly involve another human being and a publicity stunt around that, a child is not something to be taken lightly. It’s not a game anymore and it’s really not cool.
"This is a type of publicity I do not agree with and I do not want to participate in. Joking or lying or using pregnancy to get attention and media is not cool. It involves three people's lives including the potential unborn child. It is not a subject to just throw around."
And this time he's not taking it lying down.
"I am taking it seriously enough to research the possibility of someone getting pregnant from anal sex and semen on their face while they are having sex on their period with a sponge inside them," he added.
"I spoke to the clinic where we both got tested before our scene along with my personal medical doctor regarding the subject. However, I am more concerned about the fact that Vivid told me she was on birth control. Had I known she was not taking preventive measures I would have never accepted the scene."former MTV star was recently spotted buying an at-home pregnancy test since shooting her now-infamous Backdoor Teen Mom sex tape with Deen… and didn't wear protection.
But according to the longtime adult film actor, if she's indeed pregnant it could only have been possible through immaculate conception.
“When Vivid booked me for the scene I had two stipulations before I agreed – one, that she was tested in the exact same way as all the adult film stars and two, that she was on birth control,” Deen said.
He added that he was there when she was tested -- and came out clean -- and Vivid Entertainment told him she was on the pill.
But it was actually what Abraham said during their scene that got Deen thinking.
“When we first shot the scene within the first 30 seconds she said 'I want you to cum inside me.'
“So I thought in my head this is the type of behavior that could happen -- that she wanted to create a fake pregnancy scam.”
“And I was told she was on birth control, but she’s known for being a Teen Mom so I was a bit concerned.
But Deen thinks this is just the 21-year-old reality star’s last ditch effort to extend those dwindling 15 minutes, and he's still contemplating how to handle all this. But thinks it will all be over just as quickly as it started.
"I keep trying to stay out of the drama and let it pass, but it just seems like it's one thing after the next. I don't like drama, I avoid it like the plague."
"I personally think it is more hype and in time it will disappear."