The reality smack-down continues!
As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham slammed the supposedly unpleasant experience she went through while visiting former The Real Housewives of New York City star Bethenny Frankel talk show, Bethenny.
Abraham told Radar: “It turned into a judgmental zone. She did not like how I valued my daughter’s opinion… Bethenny seems to be in a dark place in her life and it was shocking to see how against women she really is.”
Well now, Frankel has continued the controversy.
In a new interview, Frankel admitted that she has not spoken to Abraham and said she likes to interview people like the former Teen Mom because of their personal drama.
“I like to have a conversation with someone that I think will show a different side, and a different conversation, and reflect human behavior, but a lot of those people are controversial for a reason, and they like to be controversial," Frankel said. “That's what their brand is, being controversial and continuing to do that."
With the ball in her court, Frankel continued on to swing at Abraham.
"It's really the people that are known for being controversial, there's a reason for it, and they leave and they kind of plant seeds so they will grow to make it 15 or 16 minutes," she said.
But those 15 minutes do include Frankel’s name — and she isn’t bothered by the situation. In fact, it only helps her.
“It's okay,” Frankel said. “I get something out of it, I guess they get something out of it. It is what it is."