“Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham criticized by “Sugar Daddy” CEO in worst P.R. pitch ever
Farrah Abraham, the former star of "Teen Mom," has been in the news for a purportedly fake "sex tape" that she made with the porn star James Deen, then sold. A P.R. agency is seeking to keep her name in the news with a head-spinningly bizarre pitch, claiming that Abraham had been turned down for nebulously defined "work" by a dating site.
In the past year, SeekingArrangement.com, the leading Sugar Daddy dating website, declined two opportunities to work with the ex-reality star, ultimately deciding that she wasn't a "good fit" for their public image.
"We’ve had the opportunity to work with Farrah more than once,” says Brandon Wade, Founder & CEO of SeekingArrangement.com. “But we could tell that Farrah wasn’t coming to us for the right reasons. She was just looking for a quick pay off, not a lasting mutually beneficial arrangement."