We all know Farrah Abraham doesn’t have a personal problem with nudity, but she is now accusing male MTV cameramen of going too far during Teen Mom OG production — especially when it came to tracking her 5-year-old daughter, Sophia.
“I think some of it’s too much shown. The network should be focused on why it’s edited the way it is, instead of showing us naked,” she said. “I don’t agree with that.”
To make her point even clearer, Farrah went on to suggest male cameramen were present when she and Sophia were getting dressed.
“She does have her troubles with some of the male camera operators,” Farrah said of Sophia. “I think that’s justified, because we’re normally not just having an all-male crew and we’re normally not having cameras as much in the way when we’re getting dressed. Keep in mind, we’re women. We not so open usually and usually have more privacy. This was definitely like, ‘MTV, what are you doing?’ And Sophia voices some of that.”
Even though Farrah is uncomfortable with Teen Mom OG‘s production, she said she didn’t have a problem coming face-to-face with her costars — despite their vocal criticism of her career decisions.
“Nothing hurts me. I think I’ve gone through worse s**t,” Farrah said. “So the reactions are their own and their perceptions of myself are their own. It’s not my reality.”
Farrah said she’s focused on the future and plans to become a plastic surgeon. She will start her unofficial studies by shadowing Dr. Sergio Alvarez in Miami and then plans to begin school, which would take 8+ years.
“Now that I have had a little bit of a mistake in the plastic surgery world with the injections, implants, I know how to help others if I ever recognize that or see that in my practice and stay away from it completely,” she said. “I am very ready to start my education, pursue that as a practice and I can’t wait to have my amazing mentor.”
For more on what’s going on in Farrah’s life, tune into Teen Mom OG on Monday at 10/9c for her grand return.