It got ugly!
When the Teen Mom cast members first signed on for 16 and Pregnant, they probably never imagined they would be reality show stars for so long. Instead of simply starring on a one-off episode of a show about teenage pregnancy, they maintained stardom for nearly a decade. It’s probably not what any of them expected, but they became pretty important people in the world of MTV. As one of the most popular shows on the network, it’s no wonder the network treats them like queens!
So what happens when the cast members turn against the network that’s been paying them for years? One Teen Mom star decided to find out for herself and go head-to-head with MTV, Viacom, and all of the executives in a massive lawsuit. Now, all of that has come to a shocking end.
It’s no secret that Farrah Abraham wasn’t happy when she was fired by MTV. The network decided that as a result of her activity in the adult entertainment industry, they would have to reassess their professional relationship with Farrah. Pair that with her explosive on-set behavior and disrespect towards the crew members, and executive producer Morgan J. Freeman realized that it was time to have a sit-down chat with Teen Mom’s most controversial star.
We all know how that ended: with Farrah leaving the show. From recent episodes of Teen Mom, it seems that Farrah is the one who ultimately decided to leave the show. Even so, she’s not happy about the way that MTV treated her up until the end, and she decided to fight back.
According to TMZ, Farrah has “called off the dogs” when it comes to the lawsuit. Instead of duking it out, Farrah settled the matter out of court.
It’s not clear what the terms of the settlement are and whether Farrah received any payment. According to TMZ, though, the suit can’t be refiled.
“Evil & Alarming”
In the meantime, Farrah has enough on her plate when it comes to fighting. She’s facing off with none other than her own mother, Debra! Her mother was bustedlying about Farrah’s mental illness diagnoses of Borderline Personality Disorder and Narcissistic Personality Disorder.
Farrah revealed that she was “sad to hear my own mother would say these untrue things about her own child” in an interview with People Magazine. “It’s evil and alarming,” Farrah said. “After all these years, I still have her best interests at heart.”