Steve Hirsch, CEO of the company, said about two weeks ago that he would offer a million dollars if Farrah could pass a lie detector test regarding her allegations that she was drugged and raped multiple times while on tour promoting her sex tape, which is what she had claimed.
In a move that shocked nobody, Farrah never took the test and her lawyer told FishWrapper that the former reality star has "no comment on the offer made by Vivid." We actually almost have a meeting of the minds here, because Vivid actually wants her to have no comment, just not about that.
The same site has now exclusively obtained a letter from Steve and Vivid Entertainment where they officially put Farrah on notice, ordering her to "cease and desist from any further defamatory actions against Vivid," and also demand that she stops doing things which they claim are in violation of their contract.
In a statement to the site, Steve also said that, "Farrah thinks she can insult and defame the Vivid brand and get away with it. Either she stops now or we will take immediate legal action. She will be held accountable."
Do you think Farrah will stop slamming Vivid or do you think this one is just getting started?
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