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Farrah Abraham Just Made a Huge Accusation Against James Deen

"Teen Mom" star turned porn actress Farrah Abraham just became the eighth woman to accuse porn star James Deen of rape.

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In an interview with the Daily Mail, Abraham alleges that the porn star "drugged, abused and raped" her during the time they were rumored to be casually dating back in 2013.

"James Deen raped me for his benefit of fame." Abraham told the Daily Mail. "He conspired against me with others that I thought were my friends at that time and that was very hurtful. I experienced extreme anger problems and abusive behavior from Deen. He treated me like he wanted to break me and ruin my career as a reality star-celebrity, as many witnessed... He tried to have sex with me on every occasion that we hung out. He was so pushy and that didn't come across well."

Abraham admitted that the two hung out on several occasions before co-starring together in the adult film, "Farah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom," a video Abraham still maintains was never intended to be released. Although Abraham was deeply bothered by Deen's aggressive behavior, she did not go to the police. Instead, she went on to star in one more film with Deen and continued to build her image in the adult film industry.

It wasn't until 2014, in an interview with InTouch Weekly, that she hinted about her past with Deen. There, she admitted the emotional and physical abuse she endured as a rape survivor in the porn industry but did not say who or what happened. Although the ordeal has scarred her, Abraham is finally happy to come forward.

"I'm thankful that I have separated myself and gotten beyond how horrible, evil, abusive, and a rapist James Deen is," Abraham said.

The Other Women Accusing James Deen

Before Abraham's revelation, adult film actress Nicki Blue was the latest alleged sexual assault survivor to accuse Deen of rape.

Other porn actresses, Tori Lux and Ashley Fires, have also recently come forward, discussing the stigma that hinders people from talking about rape in the porn industry.

But these rape allegations actually first began when Deen's former girlfriend and fellow porn star Stoya made rape accusations against Deen on Twiter.

Deen has denied most of the accusations, but the damage is already done. As ATTN: has previously reported, porn companies Kink.com, WoodRocket, and Evil Angel have cut ties with Deen. Sex toy retailer Doc Johnson has reportedly abandoned its James Deen adult toy line as well, and Deen has also reportedly stepped down from the Adult Performer Advocacy Committee (APAC) board of directors.

Related: These Porn Companies Are Dropping James Deen

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