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Farrah Abraham Talks Erotic Novel Trilogy, Was “Never Friends” With Teen Mom Costars

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Farrah Abraham as written two books in a trilogy of erotic novels called Celebrity Sex Tape.

Art imitating life? Farrah Abraham, the former Teen Mom star-turned-adult film lead in Farrah Superstar: Back Door Teen Mom, is trying her hand at penning an erotic novel — three of them, in fact. Click here to see more crazy sexy pics of Farrah.

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The 22-year-old has already written the first two books in a trilogy called Celebrity Sex Tape. Sound familiar? It's meant to. Abraham wrote the first two books after taping two separate films for Vivid Entertainment. 

"I think because of the experiences I went through, and I think some of them were unfair, and I guess judged incorrectly from the public when I was going through some things with my sex tape," she told Us Weekly in a recent interview. "I think it was the catalyst for me to start writing therapeutically, and then I was thinking of fictional characters so I could kind of get out of my head and this came about."

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The single mother of 5-year-old Sophia has moved on from her days in the porn industry, and has even started dating again.  

"I think dating is definitely easier, but I’m working on some other projects right now that help me be around more level-headed men and I hope to find myself a great business man who has his own thing going on and not really about entertainment," she revealed. "I really just want them to get to know me for who I am, and the hardworking individual that I am. Not like some sex symbol, not some person who’s a reality star, I’m like a very real person, and I just don’t want anymore fake people."

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Those "fake" people Abraham is referring to include her former MTV costars. In March, Us Weekly exclusively reported that Teen Mom stars Catelynn Lowell, Maci Bookout, and Amber Portwood told MTV producers that they wouldn't do a reunion show if Abraham was involved. 

"Truthfully I was never friends with any of them," Abraham told Us of her former costars. "Personally I like to keep my life separate. We came in this project separate, and I think it’s best we keep our lives separate."

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