Farrah Abraham Teen Mom: From Confused Pregnant Kid to Naked Star to Lifestyle Coach!

Farrah Abraham Teen Mom: From Confused Pregnant Kid to Naked Star to Lifestyle Coach!

MTV’s exploitative and defunct Teen Mom series made our Morality Meters pop with pleasure. A gaggle of baby mommas spilled out of Pandora’s Pregnant Box and gave birth to a reality television nightmare. Teen Mom 1, 2 and 3 were each a spin-off from MTV’s original hit series, 16 and Pregnant. The first Teen Mom featured the infamous Farrah Abraham, “an American television personality, author, musician, pornographic actress, and stripper.” Abraham is Teen Mom’s biggest success story.

Alas, Abraham is also a narcissistic monster.

MTV decided to bring back the gaggle of baby mommas for a special reunion season. The returning cast members include Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout. MTV fired Abraham from the reunion show due to unspecified reasons. Hell hath no fury on an ex-teen mom scorned. Abraham told Life & Style magazine, “I don’t think it will be as great without me. I personally won’t be watching. Some of the moms on the show still need [money]. Fortunately for me, I have other ways of making money. I can’t keep doing the same things year after year.”

Porn is more profitable than reality television.

Abraham made a sex tape in 2013. Although she denied any involvement, she later admitted that she hired porn superstar James Deen (oh-my-gawd) to have sex with her for 70 minutes. Abraham sold the video to Vivid Entertainment for $1.5 million. The porn company released the tape under the title “Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom”. Earlier this year, Vivid Entertainment released a sequel called “Farrah 2: Backdoor and More”.

Yes, Abraham has “other ways of making money”. They call it “sex” on a video, and no, it isn’t a novel cocktail. In the words of Donald Trump, “You’re fired!”

What do you think? Should MTV bring her back? Let us know your thoughts in the comments below.

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