First comes the Farrah Abraham sex tape, courtesy of Vivid Entertainment--and the whole "oh my gosh, I don't want this being released" situation, which of course, just brings more attention to the whole thing.
Then, you have items that have been in way too close contact with Farrah's dirty bits being auctioned off on eBay, which again, is great publicity for Farrah and the tape (no publicity is bad publicity, right?)
Of course, eBay has standards and the final step is when those items are removed from the auction site.
The first time around, the price for Farrah's used bikini had already been bid up to $13,500 (seriously, people?!) before it was pulled from the site for sanitary reasons.
Now, following the second sex tape, Farrah's used lingerie was reportedly for sale on the site (FishWrapper got a screen grab of the listing) and now it has mysteriously disappeared.
Vivid CEO Steve Hirsch told the site that they wanted to dump the reality star's skivvies ASAP, saying, "Farrah is toxic. We don't want this anywhere near the office so we decided to get rid of it as soon as possible."
No word yet on why eBay pulled the listing, or if Vivid is making less lucrative arrangements to dispose of Farrah's dirty laundry, but we'll definitely keep you posted.