Farrah Abraham Sues Viacom for $5M, Claims She Was Sex Shamed

Farrah Abraham Sues Viacom for $5M, Claims She Was Sex Shamed
Rhett Pardon

LOS ANGELES — In a $5 million wrongful termination lawsuit filed today, Farrah Abraham said that execs at Viacom Inc. humiliated, sex shamed and ultimately fired because of her decision to go back working in the adult entertainment industry.

Abraham, in the federal suit filed in Texas, said she was confronted by Morgan J. Freeman, an MTV executive producer of “Teen Mom OG,” along with his associates, at her home in Texas in October. Abraham starred in the MTV production.

While visiting Abraham’s home, Freeman threatened her career at MTV, along with possible future deals, according to the suit. Abraham alleged that Freeman’s “hostile tone” made her fear for her life.

Shortly afterward, Abraham was purportedly informed that she was no longer needed for “Teen Mom OG.”

Abraham is suing for emotional pain, emotional suffering, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment of life and other damages. She also claimed gender discrimination, a hostile work environment and that she’s still owed money that was guaranteed in her contract.

Abraham first appeared in adult videos in 2013. She released a sex tape, released by Vivid Entertainment, that year with James Dean.

Since then, Abraham’s had appearances on CamSoda and at numerous gentlemen’s clubs. She’s also struck a number of sex toy deals.

In a statement, a Viacom spokesperson told TMZ, “We respect Farrah’s decision to pursue other endeavors, and we wish her the best. Regarding her suit, the claims are without merit.”