Farrah Abraham has come under fire for her controversial parenting choices over the years. After the former Teen Mom OG star received backlash for daring her daughter to play harsh pranks on friends, she’s defending her decision exclusively to RadarOnline.com.
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In a Snapchat video, Abraham bought her daughter Sophia, 9, and her friends ice cream. “Kids dare,” she said in the video. “First we’re going to ding dong ditch. Then we’re going to come back and we’re going to be like, ‘Oh my God your dog died! It’s crazy right?”
Fans were quick to slam Abraham over the video. “There’s gotta be something wrong with Farrah,” one Reddit commenter said, as a second wrote, “My daughter would legit have a full on breakdown if a kid told her that. If I found out one of the other parents had come up with this 'dare' I would completely lose my s**t, for real.”
But Abraham defended herself to Radar, explaining how it is part of Sophia’s upcoming Webseries. “It’s called Kids Dare,” she told Radar. “It’s like a mix between Punk’d and America’s Funniest Home Videos.”
This isn’t the first time Abraham, 27, has come under fire for her parenting choices. In 2016, Abraham allowed her daughter to have her own Snapchat account when she was only 7 years old. In the snaps, Sophia asked followers to send her videos and texts late at night. The account was later suspended by the app when users reported it.
When Abraham was arrested on June 13 for battery and resisting an officer, her mother Debra Danielsen told Radar that she fears for Sophia. “She needs to be with her family, not arout strangers and volatility and her mother being arrested,” Danielsen told Radar in tears. “It’s very disgusting. She needs to go to school… She needs to not be dragged on a party all over the world.”
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