MTV has finally aired Farrah Abraham's dramatic departure from the Teen Mom franchise. The reality star, who was one of the series' original members, was confronted by the show's producers.
The Dramatic Showdown
On Monday, March 12, US Weekly reported that Teen Mom OG's executive producer Morgan J. Freeman and another one of the show's leaders, Jordan, confronted Abraham at her home. Freeman stated that the production crew was annoyed with the way that the 26-year-old treated one of the crew's favorite producers, Kristin. Abraham had demanded that Kristin be removed from the series and wanted to show her some respect.
"I am so compassionate. I am so understanding, I am working my ass off just like everyone. I respect a lot of people who respect me...I mean, you're doing other Teen Moms, she can go bounce around and annoy the s- out of everybody else," said Abraham in a conversation that was transcribed by US Weekly.
However, that was not the only reason that Freeman and Jordan were at Abraham's house. The producers were disappointed with the decision that Abraham decided to do an adult-themed web series. Abraham revealed that she was moving forward with the web series as it focused on her future.
Freeman revealed that out of the mothers that they worked with on the MTV series, Abraham was the one that got on everyone's nerves.
"I'm sorry. F- shoot me for being who I am. I'm sorry. I'm not difficult. Look, Morgan I don't need any more drama," said Abraham in a conversation that was transcribed by E! News.
That was when Abraham made the fateful decision and decided to terminate her relationship with the MTV Reality TV series.
Post 'Teen Mom' Events
In addition to ending her relationship with MTV and Teen Mom, Abraham concluded her relationship with 40-year-old Aden Stay. Stay and Abraham had a whirlwind relationship as they showcased their love on social media after the duo was spotted at Italian restaurant Il Pastaio. Stay, a professional stuntman, stated that he had no idea about Abraham's success. He has not spoken out since their breakup.
Abraham has also decided to transfer her talents from reality television to the scripted world. She wants to focus on being a professional actress. She also revealed her "fight" with former cast member Amber Portwood at the Teen Mom OG reunion special to be fake. Abraham has also worked on several featured films.
Abraham Sues Viacom
In February, the former Teen Mom OG star sued MTV's parent company, Viacom, for $5 million. Abraham believed that she was wrongfully terminated by MTV and made claims that the company made life miserable for her. A Viacom representative spoke out about the lawsuit in a previously published article.
"We respect Farrah's decision to pursue other endeavors and we wish the best. Regarding her suit, the claims are without merit," said a Viacom representative to Enstars.