Farrah Abraham announced earlier this month that she had been fired from her full-time role on Teen Mom OG after filming seven seasons with the series.

While the reality star later claimed that she wasn't actually fired by Viacom, the company behind MTV, she is doing her best to move on from the series and continue to pursue a career in the adult industry. As fans will surely recall, Abraham first entered the adult world in 2013 when she released a sex tape with porn star James Deen, Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.

So, what's next for Abraham? According to a Nov. 16 press release from ManyVids, an online destination for premium, original adult content, she will soon be hosting a two-hour live MV Takeover. As the release explained, Abraham will be seen on camera to promote sex positivity on Wednesday, Nov. 22 at 10 p.m. eastern time and during the broadcast, Abraham will be interacting with her viewers.

"I believe now more than ever that it is the right time to be an MV Ambassador for Sexual Positivity. I feel passionate about empowering men and women to have a healthy consensual sex life. I want to advocate to end sexual harassment," Abraham said in a statement.

ManyVids also announced that the former Teen Mom OG star is their newest MV Ambassador.

When Abraham first claimed to have been fired by Viacom, she said that they did so because she had taken part in adult promotions and other activities. She also noted that MTV had filmed her attending appearances at strip clubs and at the AVNs and slammed the network for exploiting her and her daughter after they let her go.

"Sad such a phenomenal show will no longer have its biggest talent on the show because of women hating, sex shaming, hate crimes, selfish, Weinstein company power trip behaviors against a professional hard working, honest mother," Abraham told her fans and followers on Instagram.

Abraham went on to claim that everyone else working on the show is brain-washed and using either drugs or pills and teased fans of an upcoming tell-all book about her experiences with MTV. As she explained, she will soon release her first business-focused book in which she will share details about her experiences with "scheming producers and executives." She will also reportedly tell readers how to avoid falling victim to such people.