Farrah Abraham spilled the beans this week about the brutal interaction she had with former castmates of the popular reality show. If you didn’t know, the girls are all getting back together for ‘Teen Mom: Family Reunion’ — which will include most of the original cast of the show living together and letting the cameras roll! The show itself features physical challenges, counseling, and reportedly a whole bunch of drama!
Photographers caught up with the former ‘Teen Mom’ star and questioned her about the interactions with her former co-stars. Shockingly, Farrah claims the reunion got physically violent and she was attacked by one or more of the other mothers. “I just warn others to keep their hands to themselves. Do not sneak attack a woman, and do not gang up on a woman, because I don’t take that too well,” she says to the camera operator.
Farrah Abraham Claims She Was Physically Assaulted During Reunion Show
Interestingly, the paparazzi push on the subject and wants to clarify the event actually got physically violent. “So, you are saying there was some physical drama?” the photographer asks.
Farrah responds, “Ya, and I think people should not physically attack you, especially after COVID and every one thing else going on in the real world of news.” Bottom line, she says, “Don’t touch people.” She continued, “I think a lot of the ‘Teen Mom’ cast lives in the past, and I’m hoping to bring them to the 2022’s of our world. I don’t live in the past, I live in the future.”
‘Teen Mom’ Co-Stars Confirmed Major Issues With Farrah While Taping
At this point, it’s unclear who allegedly attacked Farrah, or how bad the altercation might have been. Macy and Amber recently appeared on a promotional show with Dr. Drew — explaining that Abraham didn’t get along with anyone while filming the show, and they are pumped for the audience and fans to see the drama unfold.
In the end, Farrah says she is busy dealing with her career including a mental health podcast, a comedy tour, and her daughter’s (Sophia) music career.
Co-star Amber Portwood made headlines in the past few weeks after revealing excerpts from her new book, ‘So, You’re Crazy Too?’ — which includes details of her ups and downs of mental health. “We fought hard for this warning label. I’ve read this book now three times, and I can’t even believe that I’ve lived this life,” she said. The book itself was slapped with a warning label based on its extremely explicit details and stories. Adding, it had to be cut down several times.
Obviously, fights are a part of the reality show world and make for great television. And, with this crowd, we are expecting there to be a ton of drama. The new show premieres on January 11, 2022, on MTV.