Farrah Abraham is constantly criticized for her controversial parenting decisions. Now, her on-again, off-again boyfriend Simon Saran is exclusively telling all to RadarOnline.com about her monster mom behavior!
Recently, Abraham, 25, was ripped for allowing her 7-year-old daughter Sophia to Snapchat strangers. She was slammed again for calling her daughter "stupid" on a recent episode.
Despite all of the criticism, Saran insists Abraham is a good mother to her daughter.
Saran commends Abraham for being a single mother after the tragic death of her late boyfriend, Derek Underwood, in a car accident before Sophia's birth.
"She plays both the mother and father role for Sophia," he said. "It takes a lot of strength."
Although Saran is constantly spotted with Abraham and her daughter, he explained he does not see himself as a father to her.
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"I think Sophia and I have a different relationship," he said. "I could never be her father, but I do want to be a good role model for her. She's a really bright kid and I think guiding her in the right direction she can accomplish amazing things. It's all about molding kids early. Their minds are sponges."
Although Abraham and Saran have been unclear about their current relationship status, he explained how their constant fighting on the show hasn't scared him away.
"It's definitely an adventure," he recently told RadarOnline.com of their relationship. "Some really good moments and some really awful moments. But that's what keeps it interesting."
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