Farrah Abraham is staying fit with weight loss tea – and she's forcing her daughter to do the same! The Teen Mom OG star is being slammed for allowing her 7-year-old daughter to drink the weight-loss product.
"Tea time @flattummytea @sophialabraham & I after all that candy," Abraham, 25, captioned a photo of her daughter drinking out of a travel mug.
Fans were quick to bash the reality star for allowing her daughter drink the tea that helps shed pounds.
"Why are you giving Sophia that tea?" a user asked over Instagram. "It's not for a child to drink. What is wrong with you?"
Another user fired, "Your daughter doesn't need flat tummy tea. Poor kid is going to be so insecure about her looks just like her mother."
This isn't the first time Abraham has come under fire for her bad mom behavior.
In August, she was slammed for allowing her daughter to Snapchat strangers late at night. Fans were so worried for the 7-year-old's safety that they reported her account, which was soon taken down by the social media app.
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On a recent episode of TMOG, Abraham was trashed again when she called her daughter, who was suffering from a cold, "stupid" for refusing to get dressed for a family outing.
But fans may be seeing less of Sophia, as Abraham exclusively told RadarOnline.com that she plans on pulling her daughter off the show after a physical altercation with co-star Amber Portwood at the reunion show taping in October.
"I now will not have my child around an unsafe environment," she said. "Production is just as much to blame as the girls."
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