Farrah Abraham didn't just film 'Back Door Teen Mom' for a quick payday. She also did it for her soul.

Well, maybe.

"I have no relationships and I'm, like, sad sometimes," the puddle-deep sex tape starlet told 'Entertainment Tonight' (via Zap2It). "So taking all this into consideration, which some find it hard to, that's what brought me here today. I felt this was my way of embracing my sexuality and being happy for me."

Wait. Did she make the porno to celebrate her "awesome body" or because she was sad? We're confused.

Abraham also still expects us to somehow believe that hiring professional porn star James Deen would help keep her exploits private. Right.

"I was under the belief this would help better protect me and my privacy. So I was like, 'If this guy's so professional and everything's going to be fine,' then I was like, 'I'm happy with this choice,'" the fame-hungry young mother said.

"[But Deen] made it like his own thing and that's why I was like, 'You know what, let me be one step ahead and let me gain control of my own video again.' That's why I was meeting with different adult entertainment companies."

If you believe that, you'd also buy the next line she delivered -- about keeping her financial dealings private, despite calling paparazzi to meet her outside of Vivid's offices.

"I don't want to talk about things financially, I'm pretty private like that," she said, even though there's nothing private about her at all anymore. "But I did make more than people hear. So some information is wrong."

As for where that money's going? Not to more plastic surgery, thankfully, as Abraham apparently feels she has enough of that for now.

"My plan for the future, number one, is opening up my restaurants. From there, it's just creating a great environment for my daughter, so a home, a nice neighborhood," she said. "Her college is already paid for, that I've taken care of."

If she'd take care of her own education too, she'd have a lot more options in terms of income. Maybe she's just worried about passing the tests required to get in.