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'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham tells Howard Stern: 'I'm not a slut'

June 12, 2013 at 1:09 PM ET

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Farrah Abraham.

"Teen Mom" turned porn star Farrah Abraham visited "The Howard Stern Show" Wednesday morning to set a few things straight. And with all the recent headlines about her personal woes and image overhaul, she had plenty to say.

Here are a few highlights from her chat:

Accidental porn
Apparently the host doubted Abraham's story that her sex tape -- which she claims earned her a seven-figure payday from Vivid Entertainment -- was never meant to go public. But no matter how many times Stern asked about it, she stuck to her story.

In fact, she continued to allege that her tape co-star, James Deen, forced an otherwise private video to go public.

"I was put in a bad situation, and I took care of it in a legal way, and I came out ahead," she insisted. "I'm very proud of that."

And as for the "haters" who don't believe her, she shot back, "I'm not a whore. I'm not a slut."

DUI? IDK
Abraham also addressed her March arrest for DUI. She told Stern, "I was legally drunk, but I definitely remember the whole night and police acting like idiots to me."

She went on to accuse the Omaha, Neb., officers of telling gossip site TMZ about the arrest.

"Why make it a bigger issue?" she asked. "They didn't even give me a sobriety test. They didn't do things legally."

Math is hard
While she had no trouble blaming her public sex tape on her co-star or her legal woes on the police, the former "Teen Mom" did have a hard time explaining one of the simplest of subjects -- just how old she was when she had her daughter, Sophia.

"Wait a minute! I just have to straighten out some math here," Stern's on-air partner Robin Quivers said. "You said that your daughter is 4. … You're 22. That would mean you had your daughter when you were 18."

"No, I didn't," Abraham insisted. "I had my daughter right before I turned … 17."

Which makes sense, considering the fact that she got her start on MTV's "16 and Pregnant." But as Quivers noted, something just doesn't add up with those ages.

"Lots of people always try to do math, but the tricky thing is, it's when Sophia's birth and when my birthday is," Abraham attempted to explain. "They're just a couple months apart, so that usually equals (that) I'm just a little older."

Confused? So is she, evidently.

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