Farrah Abraham is quite "pleased" with the sale of her private, intimate video. The single mother said that now that business is complete, she will focus on her education and being a good mom to 4-year-old daughter, Sophia.
"I am very pleased with the outcome and to have this opportunity to be an entrepreneur in another unexpected light in my life. I look forward to my future goals of completing my Masters degree, focusing on being a great mother for my daughter, as well as many other culinary business endeavors in my future," Abraham told Radar Online.
It's been a roller coaster ride ever since the graphic tape was discovered; Abraham initially denied participating in it but just days later admitted that she had and was hoping to sell it for $2 million. The $1.5 million she actually received for the video will hopefully go a long way to provide for the single mother and her daughter.
"I am happy with the seven figure settlement I have reached … this is a risk for me to take, however, I feel comfortable having given the rights to Vivid, a company I know can handle the media and press," Abraham noted.
She recently received a letter from her estranged mother, Debra, with whom she had a massive fight over the video. It could be a sign that Debra is willing to forgive her daughter and reunite instead of staying estranged. Abraham's father, Michael, has already said that he forgave his daughter for participating in the video and hoped she would learn form the experience.
Abraham has been busy ever since the end of the reality show "Teen Mom," writing her memoirs, going to culinary school, releasing a CD, and touring across the country. She has also served as a guest host on various shows and hopes to remain in the entertainment industry, which she loves. It remains to be seen how the tape's release will impact her careers opportunities.