In court papers obtained from Travis County District Court, Defendants Abraham, 28, and F&S By Farrah, INC., “deny the allegations in Plaintiff’s Original Petition.”
The Defendants requested that Plaintiff FHF I Oaks at Lakeway, LLC disclose the information or material described in Rule 194.2 within 30 days of the service of the request. That could include anything from the name, address and telephone numbers of parties to a testifying expert.
“For these reasons, Defendants F&S by Farrah, Inc. and Farrah Abraham ask the Court to deny Plaintiff’s claim and all other relief to which Defendants F&S by Farrah, Inc. and Farrah Abraham are entitled,” the court papers filed on September 26 concluded.
In the February 13, 2019 complaint, the Plaintiff explained how Abraham ceased business operations and abandoned the two locations.
"In addition, F&S failed to make the required monthly payments under the First Lease and Second Lease,” the complaint read. “On October 3, 2018, Plaintiff gave notice to F&S that if F&S failed to pay all outstanding amounts by October 10, 2018, F&S would be in default."
At attorney for the mother of Sophia, 10, said they have "no intentions on making any further payments under either lease agreement."
The lawsuit continued, "Despite written demand for payment, Defendants Abraham and Saran failed, refused and continue to refuse to pay Plaintiff the amounts due and owing under the First Lease and the Second Lease. This failure to pay the amounts due and owing constitutes a material breach of the Guaranties."
The Plaintiff is suing Abraham for $101, 212.50.
On the second visit, a man, who is likely Michael, told the server to "get off the property and not to come back." "I said the defendant was listed as registered agent for F&S by Farrah," the server explained in the court papers. "He said he didn't care and that defendant did not live here. He told me to leave."
Striking Out Again!
The server then tried another address on March 5, but the address "does not exist." The server then tried Abraham's former Austin, Texas home four times on March 12, March 15, March 19 and March 21. A couple said they bought the house from the reality star.
Just Missed Her
The Plaintiff had been checking Abraham’s social media stories for her current location. The server even tried a BBQ restaurant on May 9, but she had already left.
Hard To Catch
In court papers filed on July 24, 2019, the Plaintiff filed a Motion for Substitute Service on Defendant. The Plaintiff claimed serving Abraham is difficult because she is a “transient individual as evidenced by her Instagram account.”
The Plaintiff asked the Court to authorize service by leaving a copy of the citation with anyone over 16 years old at her father Michael’s home and to be able to attach a copy of the citation to the main entrance of the Austin, Texas house.
The court granted the Plaintiff’s Motion For Substitute Service of Process on August 28, 2019. She was served on September 9.
Another Legal Battle
Back To MTV?
“I go out now with the executives of Teen Mom and I hang out with producers,” she said. “Things must be my way or I don’t come back. I don’t share my seasons with newbies. I’ll come back if it’s OG all the way.”
Jonathan Cheban and Farrah Abraham do dinner together with Farrah’s daughter Sophia at Catch LA
As RadarOnline.com readers know, Abraham was fired from the series because of her harsh treatment of the crew and her X-rated webcam appearances.
“No one knows Cheyenne is on the show, let’s be real,” she said. “That is a joke.”