James Deen, who filmed Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom with Farrah Abraham, is not too happy with what he describes as Abraham's latest publicity stunt.
“I keep trying to stay out of the drama and let it pass, but it just seems like it’s one thing after the next,” Deen said. “To say you’re potentially pregnant is not something to joke about."
Deen goes on to say that because a potential unborn child could be involved, Abraham should be more private with how she handles the situation.
"When you knowingly involve another human being and a publicity stunt around that, a child is not something to be taken lightly," he said. "It’s not a game anymore, and it’s really not cool."
“[That] type of publicity I do not agree with, and I do not want to participate in — joking or lying or using pregnancy to get attention and media is not cool," he continued. “It involves three people’s lives including the potential unborn child. It is not a subject to just throw around.”
Deen says he was told by his company that Abraham was on birth control and that he wouldn't have taken the part if she wasn't. He also said that shortly into the taping, Abraham made him feel like she would fake a pregnancy scandal for fame.
“When we first shot the scene, within the first 30 seconds, [Farrah] said, ‘I want you to c** inside me,'" It made him think she would cojure up “a fake pregnancy scam” to cash in on later on.
“Had I known she was not taking preventive measures, I would have never accepted the scene,” Deen said.