Usually when you hear somebody talk about mistakes they’ve made, it’s shit like “I’m sorry got drunk and humped on your second cousin at your sister’s confirmation party” or “I’m sorry I had that third taco from the bunkass food truck and blew up the office bathroom.” Have this look ready to go when you read Farrah Abraham’s interview with InTouch where she says the release of her sex tape was a huge mistake and if she could take it back, she would.
“It made it hard to have friends and a private life and to trust family, who I feel use me for money,” Farrah tells In Touch, on newsstands now. “If I went back in time, I would not have done it. The sex tape ruined my life.”
Despite warnings from family who feared selling the X-rated tape would send a terrible message to her 4-year-old daughter, Sophia, Farrah did it anyway — and says she quickly realized it was a bad idea. “Knowing my sex tape was out there for everyone in the world to see … was overwhelming,” she says. “I wanted to hide my face and not go out or pick up my phone.”
Foresight, motherfucker, do you have it?? Of COURSE it was a bad fucking idea. Of COURSE you are surrounded by shady assholes (GONG) who are using you. Of COURSE you should hide that horse face, perhaps with this stylish fly rug.
For someone who was supposedly so damn ashamed of getting butt plowed for the almighty dollar, Farrah tried her hardest to keep that money rolling in. She sold the story of upgrading her tits to the tabs and pimped out her rancid tunnels a second time by allowing them to be made into rubber fuck molds. She also tried to drag her then-boyfriend, DJ Brian Dawe, onto VH1’s Couple’s Therapy, but ended up doing the show alone when he wised up and got the fuck out out of there.
Still, she’s glad she went ahead and did the show by herself. “Therapy helped me understand I can’t continue experiencing life [the way I had been], that I’m more special than sex tapes,” she explains. “Hearing others tell me my worth is [all based on] my body. … I’m stronger than that.”
What Farrah really meant to say was, “I didn’t get anywhere near as rich as I thought and since I can’t afford to wipe my leaking ass with hundred dollar bills, I’m going to say it was all a huge mistake!“ The rampant Daddy issues are implied.