Farrah Abraham says her sex tape isn't porn, is clearly confused

farrah-abraham-sex-tape-backdoor-teen-mom.jpgThe fascination with former "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham and her sex tape has yet to cease, and the reality star has been making the promotional rounds to defend herself from the backlash. After explaining why she made the film on "Entertainment Tonight," Abraham sat down with The Dirty founder Nik Richie for an interview in which she argues against labeling her film, Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom," "porn."

When Richie tries to label Abraham as a porn star, she vehemently denies that she's starred in one, saying, "I think a porn star is somebody who is in porn and, I guess, obviously is a star in porn. And I am not."

As Richie tries to argue that she did, in fact, release a porn, Abraham says, "I look it as I did my own personal thing, somebody wanted notoriety..."

Though she hired professional porn actor James Deen to film herself having sex with and then sold said tape for a hefty sum to Vivid Entertainment, Abraham stands by her claim that she made the tape for private purposes only.

Photo/Video credit: Vivid, via TMZ