Farrah contradicted that report, claiming she actually sold it for much more, telling RadarOnline that she actually sold it for $1.5 million.
Fox411, however, did some investigating and they came up with a very different set of numbers. In fact, according to their research, Farrah only got about $10,000--which is a far cry from $1.5 million.
Their source spills, "In reality she got $10,000 upfront and 30 percent of sales, minus the cost of production."
In Farrah's defense, the sales were reportedly through the roof, but they would have to sell A LOT for her to go from $10,000 to $1.5 million.
"The entire celebrity sex video genre is a lot of unsubstantiated marketing with very little truth behind it..." Fox's source continued. "It's all publicity. It's all hype."
So, do you think that the $1.5 million figure was all part of a marketing ploy?