Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham finalized a $1.5 million deal with Vivid Entertainment to produce and release a 70-minute film titled, Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom this week.
Steve Hirsch, the founder and co-chairman of Vivid Entertainment described the soon-to-be released film as "amazing."
"The footage itself is amazing," Hirsch told Hollywood Life. "I think many fans will be shocked at how truly explicit it is, including stunning backdoor scenes," he revealed.
TMZ published 10 screengrabs from the upcoming film on Wednesday. Today, Egotastic.com published more stills taken from the adult film.
View the new photos from Farrah Superstar here. (Warning: graphic photos)
Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom will be available online at vivid.com on May 6, and will go on sale in stores nationwide on May 14. The adult film will retail for $39.99 as a DVD in stores, but it is available for download for people with a vivid.com membership.
The reality star garnered flak and criticism and defended her decision to make a "personal video" and sell it. Abraham posted a new personal video on her Keek social media account on Thursday. In the clip, the mother-of-one says "So on the real, what would you do?"
"You have been a single mother for four years, off and on, dating loser-ass boys who always try and sell information, lie to you, manipulate you," she says.
"You have just realized you are an awesome person and you deserve someone. Now that you're 21, you've pretty much been crying every night because you are single and you're alone. So, you make you're own video, celebrate your awesome body (and) get your own sexy shots. Why not sell it? That's what I did."
Watch Abraham's short defending statement video here.