Farrah Abraham is fighting back after being fired from Teen Mom OG. RadarOnline.com has exclusive details on the reality star's explosive $5 million lawsuit for harassment and wrongful termination!
In the bombshell lawsuit obtained from United States District Court Western District of Texas, Abraham sued New Remote Productions, Viacom, Eleventh Street Productions Anxious Eleven and executive producer Morgan J. Freeman for "harassing her because she did not conform to gender stereotypes, wrongfully terminating her employment because she did not conform to gender stereotypes and terminating her employment in retaliation for complaining about the gender stereotyping harassment she suffered."
Abraham, 26, claimed executive producer Freeman confronted her on October 30, 2017 and "harassed, humiliated, discriminated, disrespected, ridiculed, degraded and sex shamed" her decision to pursue opportunities in the adult entertainment industry.
She also claimed Freeman made threats about ending her career with MTV and sabotaging future deals with MTV.
"Given Freeman's hostile tone, mannerisms and body language, Ms. Abraham feared for her life," she alleged.
She claimed their harassment interfered with her "work performance and psychological well-being."
"The emotional pain, email suffering, inconvenience, mental anguish, loss of enjoyment of life, and other losses Ms. Abraham has suffered, and continues to suffer, is severe," she wrote.
Abraham is asking for $5 million.
The Blast was the first to report on the lawsuit.
As Radar reported, Abraham was fired from Teen Mom OG when she began making appearances on the XXX webcam site Cam Soda.
She was also let go because of her treatment towards the show's producers.
"I think we want to look into how people are treated," Freeman said in a clip. "Do you feel like you respect the people around you trying to make the show?"
When she said that she does respect the crew, he responded, "You do have very little empathy and compassion for other people. There has to be respect for our crews and for the producers. The amount of work that goes into keeping you happy with crew has bubbled up to a point where we have to figure if we move forward."
When he told her that she's the only mom on the show who gives the crew a problem, she responded, "I'm not difficult. I am so understanding. I am working my a** off just like everyone."
Abraham did not respond to Radar's request for comment.
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