Farrah Abraham is going to get paid for her latest adult show, even if she has to sue.
The site maintains the show was a disaster and Abraham didn't hold up her end of the contract. During the adult show, Abraham did not perform any sexual activities, instead ranting about possibly being fired from MTV for the duration.
CamSoda afterwards had to refund the cost of admission to disappointed customers.
But Abraham says she still deserves the remaining $5,000 promised to her.
“Ms. Abraham was to be paid a total of ten thousand dollars; half due within two business days of signing the Agreement, and the remainder due following the completion of the Session,” the letter read. “Ms. Abraham fulfilled her obligations under the contract, but despite this, CamSoda is willfully withholding the remaining $5,000 due under the Agreement, thereby constituting a material breach of contract.”
The 26-year-old also alleges that the reason she was not paid was because she didn't wear CamSoda branded apparel during the show.
“[Abraham] did not disrobe during the session; and allegedly disparaged CamSoda on social media,” the letter alleged. “With respect to not disrobing, there is no requirement under the Agreement for Ms. Abraham to disrobe or be fully nude. To the contrary, the Agreement specifically states that ‘Performer shall interact with and respond to various users during the Session as Company and Performer may agree.’ Ms. Abraham complied with this obligation and it was CamSoda who unilaterally decided to cut the Session short.”
The lawyers allege Abraham is also allowed to state her opinion of the company that hired her on social media after she slammed the NSFW site in several posts.
“The purpose of this letter is to inform you that we intend to file a federal lawsuit against CamSoda if you continue in your refusal to pay Ms. Abraham,” the letter continued. “Please be advised that once filed, we will be seeking in excess of $75,000, including punitive damages and attorney fees for this willful breach of contract and additional claims. While my client could certainly demand more, at this point, in exchange for foregoing this lawsuit she is willing to accept the contractual amount owed to her: $5,000.”