The reality star has partnered with Celebrity Gene and is selling her DNA in the form of a $99 necklace. Kind of an Angelina Jolie/Billy Bob Thornton vial vibe, but this isn't blood, it's just straight DNA, which is usually extracted from the celebrity's hair, according to TMZ. Farrah is reportedly getting 10% of the profits and got $30,000 upfront for the DNA sample.
So, that's the business side of it. But, on the awesomesauce side of things, 50% of the profits are going to Operation Underground Railroad, which helps rescue kidnapped children from slavery.
"I hope my legacy can change the world for younger generations and save them from sex trafficking for a brighter future," Farrah explained on the Celebrity Gene website. "I'm proud to be an abolitionist, working with Celebrity Gene on this DNA project I hope will help raise funds to change the world for the better!"
Farrah is not the first celeb to have her stuff for sale on the site. They also advertise Al Capone ($399) and Geronimo's DNA ($299).