Farrah Abraham Admits to Making Intimate Video, Wants $2 Million for Tape

Farrah Abraham has reportedly admitted to filming an intimate video and being willing to sell that personal video for $2 million. Abraham previously denied the existence of any tape but was caught in the lie by her partner in the video, James Deen.

She told TMZ that she made the video to "immortalize" her 21-year-old body for her "personal collection," but then added that she would sell it for $2 million. It's a complete 180-degree turn from yesterday, when she adamantly denied the existence and participation in the video.

Deen spoke out and said that Abraham was behind the whole thing, which enraged Abraham and her family. She has said she wants nothing more to do with Deen; Abraham initially said that her lawyers would be working to protect her interests and would "deal with" the person responsible for the tape.

Now, however, she said she "will not be settling for anything less than a couple million" dollars for the video. Her mother, Debra, is most likely disappointed in her daughter, whom she said "was not brought up that way."

"My daughter has never expressed interest in things like that. She was not brought up that way. We have religious beliefs," Debra Danielson told TMZ.

Abraham took to Twitter to defend herself against accusations of being involved in the intimate video, even as she promoted photos of herself modeling in bikinis.

"I have the best relationship with my parents even on a shocking day like today. Yes, I'm a great daughter & amazing mother," she tweeted on Monday. "I'm going to ignore all the lies, all the hate, all the disrespectful people who want 2 take advantage of me, have fun making money off me," she posted yesterday.

"Thankful for true friends, family, fans & supporters that's all I need because I have no time for the rest – Peace," she added before posting pictures of herself in a bikini.

Abraham is the mother of 4-year-old Sophia and was arrested last month for DUI, which she then blamed on illness. She formerly starred on MTV's "Teen Mom."