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Too Young? Farrah Abraham's 7-Year-Old 'Hiring & Firing' Employees At New Store

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Sep. 22 2016, Published 9:35 a.m. ET

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Farrah Abraham's 7-year-old daughter is the owner of a boutique, but she won't be a figurehead for the store! The Teen Mom OG star exclusively revealed to that she is putting her daughter Sophia to work when the clothing store opens.

"She will be in charge of hiring, firing, picking the best products and clothing to order for the store," Abraham, 25, told Radar. "Sophia said she may bring her dog Blue in with her while she works."

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But the business venture wasn't received well by fans, as many bashed Abraham for forcing her daughter to work at such a young age.

"You need to stop! Let Sophia be a little girl and play," one user commented on a photo of the Texas boutique, which will open on November 12. "You got her on TV, social media and a store."

Another hater slammed, "What 7-year-old wants a fashion boutique?! Give me a break. Stop living vicariously through your daughter. Money doesn't buy happiness… which she is clearly lacking."

This isn't the first time Abraham has been slammed for forcing her daughter to grow up fast.

In August, Abraham defended her decision to allow her daughter to Snapchat strangers on the social media app.

"I'm right there," she told Radar before Snapchat deactivated the account. "Seven-year-old's are lighthearted when it comes to Snapchat."

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