Farrah Abraham was shown the Teen Mom OG exit — but that doesn’t mean her on-again off-again beau, Simon Saran, is staying quiet.
In March of 2015, AllAboutTheTea.com reported that the MTV machine allegedly pays out for repeat cast pregnancies — and now the Teen Mom insider is cosigning the report. Simon recently fired a tweet at MTV producer, Morgan J. Freeman, inadvertently confirming the allegation.
— Morgan J. Freeman (@mjfree) December 21, 2017
“Embarrassed? You take advantage of innocent kids and expose them. Make millions off of them and dictate their life. Give them bonuses to get pregnet and marry men for money. You are what is wrong with this country,” Simon wrote.
Embarrassed? You take advantage of innocent kids and expose them. Make millions off of them and dictate their life. Give them bonuses to get pregnet and marry men for money. You are what is wrong with this country. #TEENMOMOG
— Simon (@SimonSaran) December 21, 2017
Jenelle Evans is arguably the most notorious MTV multiplier, and while her ex, Kieffer Delp, dodged the daddy bullet, in 2012 his mother was caught dishing that the network had bribed the junkie couple to procreate. Gary Head, another of Jenelle’s exes, alleged the same story.
Kieffer’s mother was not alone, another of Jenelle’s former boyfriends, Gary Head, made the same accusation, with a Twitter screenshot telling the story.
So how many babies have been born after the launch of the “Teen Mom” reality series?
Maci Bookout McKinney
- Jayde Carter/ May 29, 2015
- Maverick Reed/ May 31 2016
- Novalee “Nova” Reign/ January 1, 2015
- Expecting 2nd child
Jenelle Evans Eason
- Ensley Jolie / January 24, 2017
Chelsea Houska DeBoer
- Watson Cole/ January 25, 2017
- Lux Russell/ August 5, 2017
- Adalynn Faith/ February 4, 2013
- Stella Star/ July 2, 2017
Chelsea DeBoer held out for true love, but Farrah Abraham stands alone as the only Teen Mom to just say no to more babies. Baby daddies, Adam Lind, Jo Rivera and Gary Shirley, have been regularly featured on the show — and have all had second children.
Simon fired a repeat shot at production — adding to allegations accusing producers of enabling patterns of abuse and addiction. Meanwhile, the network continues to boast their lofty message of social responsibility, while the aging reality “teens” are laboring all the way to the bank.
Do you believe that MTV keeps the mama drama going by offering pregnancy payouts?
Teen Mom OG airs Monday nights, at 9:00 p.m. ET, on MTV.