Farrah Abraham is out of a paycheck after being fired from Teen Mom OG – and she’s now out of thousands more. The former MTV star sold her Texas home for over $200,000 less than her original asking price.
According to Trulia, Abraham’s Austin, Texas home currently has a “pending” sale of $524,999. The house has been on the market since 2014 with an original asking price of $750,000.
The single-family home was built in 2010. “Gorgeous designer touches in this stunning 4 bedroom, 4.5 bath home,” the description on Trulia read. “The open floor plan allows for fun entertaining! Gourmet kitchen offers energy star stainless steel appliances. The master suite is on the main level with dual vanities, large soaking tub, separate shower and large walk-in closet. There's also a separate study, which could be used as a home office, private guest bedroom, two additional bedrooms each with full bath, game room, upgrades galore. Sliding doors lead to the outdoor living and private backyard where you can relax in the courtyard or enjoy the view of the sunset from the covered balcony.”
This isn’t the first time Abraham has taken a loss when selling a home. In July, she sold her 4 bed, 4 bath Hollywood Hills townhouse for $860,000 with an original asking price of $950,000. She bought the house in 2016 for $845,000 after spending nearly $100,000 in renovations.
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Abraham was fired from TMOG after her return to the adult film industry. She appeared in two webcam appearances for the XXX site CamSoda. As RadarOnline.com exclusively reported, she demanded $5,000 from the website in a legal letter after they refused to pay for her appearance because she slammed them on social media and didn’t wear CamSoda branded gear.
Abraham accused the production company of TMOG of “sex-shaming” in a series of heated social media rants.
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