Teen Mom Farrah Abraham Dishes Dirty Details To Howard Stern About Her Sex Tape And Then Insists, ‘I’m Not A Slut!’

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Farrah Abraham went there — and then some — in her interview with Howard Stern Wednesday, delving into graphic detail about her sex life before declaring, “I’m not a slut!”

The 22-year-old reality star told the radio icon, “I’m not a w***e, I’m not a slut, I’m not a c-word, if that’s what you’re calling me! I really tried not to have sex before marriage.”

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The Teen Mom star — promoting her sex tape Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom — admitted that her late ex-boyfriend Derek Underwood (the father of her daughter Sophia) trumped her sex tape partner, James Deen, in the manhood department.

Farrah called Derek “my first love” and “the first person I had sex with,” also admitting that some of the things she did with Deen on the Vivid tape, she initially experienced with Derek.

“My boyfriend was a winner,” she boasted. “I was very happy [with him sexually,] and that’s what I’m satisfied with.”

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Asked about his Dec. 28, 2008, Abraham told the Private Parts star that Derek was responsible for the car accident that left her daughter without a father.

“He was driving the car, so I guess you could say it was his fault … he was going too fast,” Farrah told the America’s Got Talent judge.

But when it came to her own troubles behind the wheel — specifically, her DWI this past March — Farrah was fast to shift blame to the officers who arrested her, calling them “idiots,” and saying they broke protocol in arresting her.

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“I was legally drunk, but I definitely remember the whole night, and police acting like idiots to me,” she said, adding that “they didn’t give me a sobriety test [and] they didn’t do things legally.”

She complained about the alcohol monitoring equipment she now has to use while driving, saying, “I don’t think everyone should have it, it’s really difficult,” as you sporadically have to blow into it while you’re driving.

“I’m like, ‘F*** this, I’m gonna rent a car right now and have someone drive me around.’ I don’t want to deal with it.”

The Howard Stern Show airs on SiriusXM.

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