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‘Teen Mom OG’ star Farrah Abraham talks about her family after calling other co-stars “three stooges”

19 April 2017 Entertainment News


Fourth Estate Staff

Omaha, NE, United States (4E) – “Teen Mom OG” star, Farrah Abraham, shared about her family in the Monday premiere of the show just days after she got into a fit with her co-stars for calling them the three stooges.

In the premiere, Abraham was having lunch with her father, Michael, and she talked about how her mom always insists that she needs more therapy. She added, “It’s so hurtful, the things that I feel when she’s around me, and that she does with Sofia. I have to take a break completely.” The conversation with her father came after news reports said that Abraham and her mother, Debra, just took individual therapy sessions and Debra expressed she believes her daughter needs more therapy.

Abraham said she has her own thing and the therapy should focus more on her mom. Debra then clapped back saying, “Doctors told me that I was fine and didn’t need therapy, Farrah.” Abraham pointed out that she is just trying to have a good and peaceful vive but her mother just came and everything felt frustrating for her. She also said that her mother is not helping at all.

Although she does not have a good relationship with her mother, Abrham said that she and he father have a better relationship. She also said of her family, “It’s hurt me. It hurts that I’ve seriously tried everything that I could do to have a good family and my family it still f—ed up. It just hurts.”

As for calling her co-stars the three stooges, pertaining to Amber Portwood, Catelynn Baltierra, and Maci Bookout. Took to Twitter to say, "It's Hilarity how I single handily made more views & ratings then all three stooges on @TeenMom @mtv & make more ratings then 1offs…sh!" The post was deleted after.

Portwood said of the tweet that Abraham is not a person she wants to associate herself with. She said that she does not want viewers to think that Abraham is a strong woman as she is, she believes, a hateful woman. Baltierra, on the other hand, said, “When you listen to what she says, most of the time when she answers stuff she doesn’t make sense anyways. I feel like she needs help, like severe counseling to really figure out what’s ever going on — to help her help herself.”

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