WTF! Farrah Abraham Offered $1 Million IF She Passes a Lie Detector Test

The porn industry that has made Farrah Abraham a sex tape legend is now calling BS on her latest rape revelation.

The former Teen Mom should actually be applauded for bravely speaking out about her alleged abuse, however, adult film king Vivid Entertainment doesn’t seem to be buying it, so it’s willing to fork over $1 million to try to prove their theory.

“Farrah has seemingly made a cottage industry out of telling lies,” Vivid founder/co-chairman Steve Hirsch said in a statement obtained by CB!

He may be referring to the path of untruths Farrah has left behind on her road to infamy — her sex tape was leaked, she’s not a porn star, the pregnancy scare, she made six figures, and her made-for-TV faux boyfriend. Oh, and the nun thing might be a bit of a stretch.

So he asks, “Is Farrah Abraham capable of telling the truth?”

On a recent episode of Couples Therapy and in an interview with In Touch, the 21-year-old revealed for the first time that she was raped while promoting her first porn, Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.

“I was drugged and raped more than once. I allowed the [wrong] type of people into my life,” she told the mag.

Vivid, which released the tape as well as the sequel, Farrah 2: Backdoor and More, isn’t taking her story seriously, but is taking it personally.

“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,” Steve continued in the statement.

But the stakes are high. If she fails the test, she won’t see anymore money from sales of the sex tapes… and, like it or not, you know those are bound to be pretty high.

“If not,” he added, “Farrah needs to publicly state that she was not being truthful and agree to forego all future and past royalties on both of her tapes.”

Farrah has two days to respond.

Stay tuned…