‘Teen Mom’ Farrah Abraham Scores New Reality Series

Celebrity News May. 28, 2013 AT 5:00PM
Farrah Abraham is working on a new reality TV series about her life as a young mom. Farrah Abraham is working on a new reality TV series about her life as a young mom. Credit: Todd Oren/WireImage.com

The 21-year old television personality, who got her start in the biz on MTV's "Teen Mom," recently made a widely-circulated sex tape with porn star James Deen. Now, she's ready to get back to reality ... television that is.

"Get ready for better TV :) The News Is True," Abraham tweeted Tuesday announcing a new reality venture with Spinboi Films that will follow her life as a young single mom.

In turn, the company confirmed the reality series on their Facebook page, writing "MAJOR NEWS!!! Spinboi Films has signed Teen Mom Farrah Abraham to develop a new reality docu-soap! TV magic coming soon!"

Though a network has yet to be named for the production, Abraham has shown a penchant for a no-holds barred take on her life, appearing with her now-4-year-old daughter Sophia on "Teen Mom" for four seasons before moving into the X-rated world via a sex tape with porn star Deen. She then reportedly sold the risqué video, titled "Farrah Abraham Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom," to adult content purveyor Vivid Entertainment for nearly $1 million.

[Related: 'Teen Moms' Are Not Impressed by Farrah's Sex Tape]

Abraham even shared her pregnancy scare after the sexual encounter with Deen, tweeting "DEEP BREATHE "I'M NOT PREGNANT!!!" on May 17, after being photographed buying a pregnancy test. Deen alleged that the entire episode was all a publicity stunt telling Celebuzz, "When Vivid booked me for the scene I had two stipulations before I agreed. One, that she was tested in the exact same way as all the adult film stars and two, that she was on birth control."

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