The fallout continues after a video featuring Catelynn Baltierra, Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood and Kailyn Lowry insulting Farrah Abraham over cocktails surfaced online last week. Farrah shared the video and called her OG co-stars “losers,” “trash” and “pathetic parents.” Now Farrah’s dad, Michael Abraham, is also lashing out at Farrah’s co-stars with similar disdain.
Michael Abraham came to the defense of his daughter Farrah after she was involved in an on-screen brawl during a taping of the UK show Big Brother Bits On The Side Show. Michael accused show producers of raising “the level of drama at my daughter’s expense” for ratings “with no regard to my daughter’s safety.” Keep reading for his full statement, and to see photos of Farrah rolling out of the hospital in a wheelchair sporting an “ON FLEEK” shirt.
Now that all of the “Original Girls” from MTV’s Teen Mom have released a book, it’s time for the fellas to get in on the publishing game. First in line? It’s Farrah Abraham’s dad, Michael Abraham.
One of the effects of MTV dropping the fourth wall on the current season of Teen Mom OG is that the conflict between co-stars (i.e. Farrah Abraham and the other moms) is now part of the on-screen storyline. In the latest chapter of the ongoing feud between Farrah and co-stars Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra, Farrah’s dad Michael Abraham responds to Tyler’s negative comments about his parenting skills by challenging him and Catelynn to meet with a “professional interviewer” and “discuss this item with the objective to clear up this mess.” Keep reading for Michael’s lengthy statement and his response to those commenters suggesting he just let it go.
Farrah Abraham’s father, Michael Abraham, announced he is releasing a tell-all book that will touch on the Teen Mom‘s childhood, adult film negotiations and life as a single mother. He promises it will address things “nobody has ever heard of.”
Farrah Abraham said goodbye to Teen Mom two weeks ago when the fourth season of the show came to an end but fans still have a few questions such as the real reason behind why she calls her dad “Michael,” what she really thinks of Daniel Alvarez, and how she is doing with her mother. Luckily, Farrah is answering it all.