Farrah Abraham is officially a Harvard University reject.
The former MTV reality TV star has been outspoken about her dislike for the Ivy League school.
The Blast previously reported how Farrah called Harvard’s entirely online program as a “joke” and a “scam.”
While speaking to TMZ, the “Teen Mom OG” claimed she was labeled absent from a course because she was “removed by the host.” The television personality alleged that Patricia Bellanca, her professor, bullied her to drop the course by telling her to turn in an assignment without checking it over, then later used that against her as a means to kick her out of the class.
Kicked Out or Wrongfully Terminated?
Her Ivy league beef with the university further escalated when neither her professor nor Dean Robert Neugeboren returned any of her calls or emails. She has promised to hit the school with a major lawsuit in the coming weeks.
Farrah took to Instagram on Monday, August 30 to add more proof to her claims.
She posted a photo of her Harvard transcript to her IG Story to show that she was enrolled in two courses via the Harvard Extension School.
The transcript shows she was enrolled in an “intermediate screenwriting” course and a “writing in the humanities” course for the school’s 2021 summer term.
The transcript indicates each course was worth four credits; however, the “earned credits” column indicates Farrah received ZERO credits for each course.
Page Six reports they reached out to both Harvard University and Farrah for comment.
Farrah didn’t respond, but Harvard on the other hand did.
Harvard told the outlet, “Due to federal student privacy laws, we do not comment on individual student academic matters.”
Over the weekend, Farrah said that she would be taking legal action against the university.
“I will be taking legal action against Harvard. I properly gave them time,” she told TMZ while wearing a Harvard sweatshirt. “I sadly had to write a review on Niche, on Yelp, and on Google Maps because no one was getting back to me.”
The reality TV star’s feud with Harvard began in May when she posted on Linkedin that she was preparing to attend Harvard University to obtain a Masters in creative writing.
The credential was taken down due to the fact Abraham could not provide proof of the courses she was enrolled in, therefore the job site erased it.
On Thursday, May 27 Abraham once again put under the education section of her profile “Harvard University: Masters of Arts- MA, Creative Writing and Literature.”
She attached a sample of registered courses she was enrolled in, and also included the Harvard University News Letter which she may have received via a student email account; however, this was neither confirmed nor denied.