She let it all show!
From the very beginning of Teen Mom, Farrah Abraham has marched to the beat of her own drum. Even though many people identify with her bold and defiant decisions, it’s also gotten her into her fair share of problems. In fact, her unwillingness to meet people halfway is exactly what got her kicked off of Teen Mom OG! Now, she’s making it clear that just because she’s not a member of the Teen Mom cast doesn’t mean she’ll stop serving up drama in her own way.
It’s not uncommon for celebrities to have a wardrobe malfunction or two during their stardom, but Farrah took it to the extreme. She shocked photographers and fans alike when she flashed the paparazzi and left absolutely nothing to the imagination! But could Farrah have done all of this just to be back in the spotlight again?
It’s no secret that things are a little tense between Farrah Abraham and MTV. In fact, they no longer have a relationship at all. Despite efforts from the producers to keep her on, Farrah was quick to back away from her nine-year star status with Teen Mom OG at the first sight of a conflict.
Things started to go downhill when Farrah claimed that MTV had “fake” fired her. She claimed that executives informed her she was no longer part of the show, and then immediately told her it wasn’t the case! In addition to a long-winded video, Farrah scribed:
““Viacom Legal Confirms I have not been fired, I have not breached my contract. Why has filming stopped?! Morgan J Freeman of 11th St productions is unprofessional, fake, women hater, press hungry,Sex Shaming, Hate Crimes, Poor Business Practices , unsafe working environment & accomplists Dia Sokal anxious 11 production, Viacom associate pill popping Larry Musnik , & Executive promoted alcohol binger producer Kirsten Malone, taking advantage and acting as a friend to spread jealous , hate crimes to the other teen moms & influence a toxic unsafe working culture, that’s why I don’t share a stage, I have security, I’ve gone to therapy! Do not beat up, instigate physical fights, ruin and break a women’s self esteem, degrade women, this hate this criminal behavior bad business practices end today! My daughter , my family, my self have all suffered for the contrived, malicious hate crime against me. God is great as I have rose above and am success beyond all of these set backs! I look forward to sharing more in my first #BussinessBook.”
Farrah even had Sophia chime in with thoughts about her mother. “I support my mom making entertainment a safer environment for other kids and moms!” Sophia said in an Instagram post of her own. She went on to thank her mother for “always standing up for what’s right” as well as “helping others.”
“[You’re] a great parent for fighting for what is right #viacom #mtv #TeenMom shame on @mjfreeman at 11th street productions & @anxiousengine productions Dia Sokal Viacom should not allowed women hating hate crimes,” the post concluded.
It wasn’t long before the showdown between Farrah and producers was aired on MTV. Leading up to it, Farrah’s attitude came out in full force against a producer on set.
“I know I don’t like you, and I know I don’t even want to f**king look at you,” Farrah blasted a producer during one of her final episodes of Teen Mom OG. “F**k you and your excuses.”
“Please tell me how I’m getting in your way so I can help,” the producer asks, but Farrah rolls up the window and says “You already know.”
After just one example of the dozens of times Farrah has gotten into fights with her producers, the scene cuts to a tense conversation between Farrah and executive producer Morgan J. Freeman.
“I think we want to look at just how people are treated,” Morgan tells Farrah. “Do you feel like you respect the people that are around you that are trying to make the show and spend all this time?”
“I respect a lot of people who respect me,” Farrah says.
You’re the Problem!
“Right,” Morgan shoots back, “but you do have very little empathy or compassion for other people.” He goes on, “There has to be respect for our crews and for the producers… and the amount of work that goes into keeping you happy with crew has bubbled up to a point that we have to figure out if we move forward.”
Farrah seems unsympathetic. “If that’s overwhelming for you, I’m sure there’s a better way of handling it,” she says, sounding sarcastic.
“Out of nine moms, you’re the only one that’s the problem,” Morgan says.
“I’m not difficult!” Farrah insists. “I am so understanding, I work my a** off just like everyone.”