‘Breaking Amish: Return To Amish’ Cast News: Jeremiah Raber Refuses To Return In Future Seasons Following Disagreement Over Editing? [VIDEO]

The drama between Breaking Amish: Return to Amish cast member Jeremiah Raber and show producers appears to be getting more intense, and Raber may be threatening not to return for any future seasons of the popular show as a result.

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According to Starcasm, Raber went on an expletive-filled rant against producers on his Facebook page after his appearance on the first two episodes of Return to Amish was reduced in favor of his other cast members.

The post, which has since been deleted, reads:

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"I'm so done with this f---in show. We get lied to day after day. F--- it. They can find someone else to look like the a-hole if they want another season. Only time they wanna show me on the screen is to fight with other ppl. They can kiss my a-- . It's bs that in 2 episodes I was shown for about 5 min. I have 1 thing to say...'f-k you, you lying b-tards. Go to f--in hell."

The website also reports that the newest episode of the series, airing June 15, won't likely have much of Raber's presence in it, as he isn't even mentioned in the synopsis for it. His luck is apparently going to be better on the episode after that, however, when he and Mary reportedly team up for a possible business venture.

Raber's recent rant isn't the first time he's reportedly had issues with producers of the series. During the season of Breaking Amish: Brave New World, which followed the cast as they traveled down to Florida, he refused to continue filming at one point, ripping up TLC's rights to continue keeping him on camera.

"Get the f---in' cameras out of my face!" he shouted at the time. "You have no more rights to film me. I'm off-camera."

Breaking Amish: Return to Amish airs Sundays at 10 p.m. on TLC.


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