Farrah Abraham: James Deen Raped Me

This Is How James Deen Really Feels About Farrah Abraham
The actor speak out about his former co-star.
Farrah Abraham: "I Was Drugged And Raped More Than Once"
The reality star opens up about her abusive past.

Farrah Abraham is the latest woman in the adult entertainment industry to accuse porn star James Deen of sexual assault.

The 24-year-old, who appeared alongside Deen in Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom and Farrah 2: Backdoor and More, has accused her 29-year-old co-star of abuse and rape, claiming that he was “abusive, pushy and manipulative” when they worked together.

“James Deen raped me for his benefit of fame. He conspired against me with others that I thought were my friends at the time and that was very hurtful,” she tells the Daily Mail. “I let it all go and I wanted to move on; due to the public and others in the media believing an abusive womanizer, sex addict, disgusting, unprofessional, adult entertainer’s lies.”

‘”This has already been privately taken care of and still, and always is, consistently being monitored by my legal team,” she continues.

“I met James Deen because of a manager and a friend at the time who was in the porn industry. She had known [him] way longer than I even knew about,” Abraham recalls. “She felt comfortable with him. He was very much on his best behavior for the two to three times I met him before I was comfortable.”

According to the Daily Mail, Gina Rodriguez, who ended her professional relationship with the reality star in 2013, was representing Abraham at the time. A spokesperson for Rodriguez has denied Abraham and Deen meeting through the manager, saying, “The story Farrah is telling is completely false and defamatory. Gina did not introduce Farrah and James, she met him through the company she made her video with.”

Though Abraham has declined to elaborate when the alleged sexual assault occurred, she does detail one specific incident in which she alleges Deen was pressuring her to have sex with him. Abraham, who says she was “going through a lot of shit” during that period, claims they were dating at the time.

“There’s one thing I’ll never forget. He picked me up at a hotel when I was staying and I was like, ‘Can you come to my room because I can’t get my dress shut.’ It zipped in the back and I couldn’t reach it. He said, ‘Yeah sure.’ I’m not one to fuck the first time or second time, it really takes me a while to have sex with someone. But he came in the room and he thought I wanted him to fuck me. He was trying to take off my dress rather than zip up my dress. Because of that weird altercation with him, I said “we need to leave and get out of here”. I had to push him out of my hotel room because he was so pushy. That stuck in my mind, like wow, he must really be pushy with other women.”

“I’m lucky I didn’t date him for a long period of time and I’m lucky that I didn’t let him physically beat me because I’m sure that’s what they [other women] had to deal with,” Abraham says. “Deen said at that time he didn’t do drink or drugs. But clearly I was drugged, and my legal staff and my therapist know that. I don’t know if he just drugged women to take advantage of them or what was going on. I experienced extreme anger problems and abusive behavior from Deen. He treated me like he wanted to break me and ruin my career as a reality star-celebrity, as many witnessed.”

“I’ve learned and I need to admit [what happened] — this was conspired, this was a form of rape,” Abraham says. “I was drugged and manipulated. He’s a disgusting person.”

Since late November, multiple women have stepped forward and accused Deen of rape and abuse.

Deen’s ex-girlfriend, adult actress Stoya, first tweeted allegations that she had been raped while they were together. Later on, Joanna Angel, Tori Lux, Ashley FiresAmber Rayne, Kora Peters, and Nicki Blue all accused Deen of sexually assaulting them. Lily LaBeau and Bonnie Rotten, who have both worked with Deen, also claimed the actor had pushed their boundaries of consent while on set.

In 2014, Abraham revealed that she was “drugged and raped more than once” while promoting her adult film. Vivid Entertainment head honcho Steve Hirsch denied allegations of mistreatment and called Abraham “a fraud” for speaking out.