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BREAKING: ‘Teen Mom’ Farrah Abraham Is Going Away For A While – Life Is About To Get ROUGH

From plastic surgeries to rehab, to becoming an adult industry star and so much more, the drama with the cast of Teen Mom OG seems to be neverending! Farrah Abraham is the one caught up in the latest drama that is now airing on MTV’s Teen Mom OG. Farrah first appeared on our TV’s in 2009 when MTV first aired Teen Mom.

Farrah’s life has been filled with drama ever since we were first introduced to her. The Teen Mom star has been very open about all of the plastic surgeries that she has undergone and she has bee very public about being in the adult industry.

Recently when the producers of the show tried to confront her about an issue they were currently having regarding how she treats people, Farrah did not hold back on her feelings.

Have the producers of Teen Mom finally had enough?

Radar reports:

Farrah Abraham was fired from Teen Mom OG – and MTV made sure to catch the explosive moment on camera! After a sneak peek aired for next week’s episode, Abraham went off on the series in a heated Instagram rant.

“I know I don’t like you and I know I don’t even want to f**king look at you,” she fired. “F**k you and your excuses!”

“I think we want to look into how people are treated,” he said. “Do you feel like you respect the people around you trying to make the show?”

When she said that she does respect the crew, he responded, “You do have very little empathy and compassion for other people. There has to be respect for our crews and for the producers. The amount of work that goes into keeping you happy with crew has bubbled up to a point where we have to figure if we move forward.”

She then fired, “If that’s overwhelming for you I’m sure there is a better way of handling it!”

When he told her that she’s the only mom on the show who gives the crew a problem, she responded, “I’m not difficult. I am so understanding. I am working my a** off just like everyone.”

Abraham then turned to Instagram to bash the series!

“Never apologize for being an ambitious, confident and strong-minded women,” she wrote. “I won’t let a man or network be little me, try to break me, lie about who I am to my core. I’m bullied, surrounded & hurt by all the manipulation. I no longer will allow, as a protective mother, this vulgar behavior.”

She then accused the network of canceling her dating show, Single AF, and limiting her scenes on TMOG.

“I will no longer allow this hateful horrible show around my family,” she continued. “It’s sad producers ruin their top leading network’s show because they let their ego, politics, hate, discrimination & horrible sexual harassment behavior ruin a show.”

She ended the rant with, “My brand has outshined the Teen Mom brand. I’m not glamorizing teen pregnancy. I started this show and I’ve out grown the show and moving on from this show. I’m not stuck down in a Teen Mom pit with fake friends, relationships, horrible producing, not safe for my child environments, unlawful ethics & companies, depression, etc. I don’t conduct myself like Viacom’s horrible disgusting ethics and I certainly am raising my daughter to treat people better then MTV’s horrible behavior.”

Abraham revealed she was fired from the MTV series in November because of her return to the adult film industry. She later clarified that she was “fake fired” from the show.

Are you happy to see Farrah leaving the show or do you think MTV is in the wrong? I know this is not the last we have seen or heard from Farrah. I am sure much more drama will come from the airing of the show.


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