Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham is single once again after she revealed that she broke up with boyfriend Aden Stay.
In an interview, the 26-year-old single mom said she is taking a break from dating because men only get attracted to her success. Late last week, Abraham gushed on social media about Stay, 40, saying that he's the best date ever.
It was during their date at Il Pastaio that the reality star said she is lucky and blessed to have met someone who is amazing. Since their split, however, Abraham deleted Aden's photo on her Instagram account.
"I need to watch whom I date as many men target me for my success," Abraham said. "I'm focused on work right now, between TV and film projects. I wish him well, but I'm not rushing into relationships."
After her short whirlwind romance with Stay, Abraham got a few words to say about the stunt actor. Stay was previously linked with Australian actress Rebel Wilson.
"I found it interesting what Rebel Wilson said in an interview about him and how similar mine was - it's showing and telling," Abraham said.
Abraham also said she is seeing someone new, but she likes to keep her dating life low-key.
Meanwhile, Stay broke his silence and said that his split with Abraham had nothing to do with her success. The Game of Silence stuntman added that he had no idea of Abraham being a reality TV celebrity.
The two went out on two dates together before they finally called it quits apparently due to Abraham's role on the show, according to Stay. He added he plans on staying single until the right woman comes to his life.
It appears that Abraham's renewed focus on her career presents a perfect timing. Viacom, MTV's parent company, terminated Abraham's contract several weeks ago. The young mom is also suing the company with $6 million worth of damages, on the grounds of wrongful termination and breach of contract.
In the upcoming reunion of Teen Mom OG, Abraham said the MTV did not include her in the cast lineup. However, she said she refused to get affected and insisted she is still the show's brightest star.
"I wish them all the best with the show. I'm out on a high note. This is the longest season in history and I'm their biggest star," Abraham said.
After her Teen Mom OG journey, Abraham said she is done with reality TV and wants to explore acting opportunities.