Farrah Abraham Reveals Her Co-Stars Plotted The ‘Teen Mom OG’ Reunion Brawl With Amber Portwood!

Share This:

Farrah Abraham is setting the record straight, in the aftermath of a Teen Mom OG reunion that escalated into a filmed brawl.

Farrah spoke to Star Magazine, and dished about the chaotic reunion taping, her thoughts about Amber Portwood, and where she stands with the Teen Mom OG girls today.

Farrah addresses Amber’s recent social media tantrum — a walk-out that was quickly reversed.

“Poor thing, her mind’s not all there,” Farrah snarks.

Farrah calls her co-star self-destructive, and in need of a better support system. Farrah also insists that she is done with all of the girls.

“I will never be talking to anyone, or her, ever again,” Farrah says. “I am working, I have businesses, and I only want true people in my life. I don’t have time for horrible people surrounding me.”

Farrah staunchly denies that MTV editing had anything to do with the smack-down that occurred on the reunion stage. Amber cited an unfairly  negative slant from the network as her reason for threatening to quit.

“No one edited that piece, and I was actually shocked that they let so much show that they did,” Farrah reveals.

Farrah accuses all three of her co-stars, Amber, along with Catelynn Baltierra and Maci Bookout, for “plotting and instigating” the spotlighted violence. Farrah also points her finger at production, whom she claims was fully aware of what was about to go down.

Farrah says that she was forced onto the reunion stage by her contract, but objects to being “around trash” and being put into “ghetto situations.” She notes that those surrounding Amber and her boyfriend should have been more mindful of their past tangles with the law, when they encouraged the stunt.

“No one edited her, she’s a liar, she needs to stop lying, she needs to get her sh*t together, and so does her boyfriend who is also a liar too,” Farrah remarks.

Farrah reveals that she is already filming the next season of TMOG, but will never pretend that her return to the MTV stage is a “big deal” — labeling Amber’s hissy fit “high school drama.”

Farrah closes by announcing that a new “amazing” television project is in the works.

Teen Mom OG is on hiatus, but Teen Mom 2 premieres January 2nd, on MTV.


“Like” us on Facebook  “Follow” us on Twitter and on Instagram 

Share This: