Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham Lands “Docu-Soap” Series

Get ready to see more of Farrah Abraham! The former Teen Mom star is headed back to reality TV with a “docu-soap” series for Spinboi Films.

“MAJOR NEWS!! Spinboi Films has signed Teen Mom Farrah Abraham to develop a new reality docu-soap! TV magic coming soon!” the New York-based TV production company wrote on Facebook.

“Get ready for better TV,” Abraham tweeted. “The news is true.”

The 21-year-old, who was thrust into the spotlight with the release of her porn film Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom, previously admitted to shopping for her own reality show. Abraham said she wanted the series to feature her 4-year-old daughter Sophia.

“There are a lot of meetings for a spin off show with me right now, so I just need to see what I like. I have had other leads in the past when I got out of my contract with MTV, but I haven’t found anything I agree with yet but when the time is right I’ll be OK with that,” she told HollywoodLife. “Sophia will of course be in it. My daughter is part of my life; she is going to be involved.”

She also told Us Weekly magazine that she has no plans for another porn movie. “I’m not choosing that life. I’m getting an online master’s in business communication and I want to open a modern fusion restaurant in Austin that has a drunk driving campaign to help people make good choices,” she said. “I really want to change the world.”

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Farrah Abraham: "I’m Not Pregnant"

James Deen was right – Farrah Abraham did use a potential pregnancy for publicity. The Teen Mom star revealed the results from a recent pregnancy test on The Test, a CBS talk show that uses lie detector tests and DNA tests to settle relationship issues.

“DEEP BREATHE “I’M NOT PREGNANT!!!” she tweeted Friday. “Thank GOD! Happy I showed everyone on ‘The Test’ I have nothing to hide.”

Soon after Abraham’s pregnancy test purchase, which seemed to indicate she could be pregnant as the result of the sexual acts she filmed with Deen for her porn video, Deen accused her of trying to get additional publicity.

“To say you’re potentially pregnant is not something to joke about. 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,” Deen said. “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.”

“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,” he added. “Had I known she was not taking preventive measures I would have never accepted the scene.”