Farrah Abraham has accused Teen Mom executives of sex shaming after she was fake fired from the MTV series because of her return to the adult film industry. Now, the Teen Mom OG star is claiming exclusively to RadarOnline.com that her co-stars Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood have done worse!
Abraham, 26, claimed the network “fake fired” her because of her appearances on the XXX webcam site CamSoda. “Morgan J. Freeman’s last stint of fake firing alternatives: ‘Choose adult work ‘porn’ or choose 'Teen Mom.’ I responded, ‘Who the f**k are you to tell me these are my only choices in life?'” she said. “Especially when MTV has capitalized off my sexuality. They enjoy harassing me about my sexuality.”
Abraham explained that she would “no longer tolerate” the cast being fueled by production to discuss her 2013 sex tape Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.
“That’s an old topic,” she said. “I'm open about my sex positivity as it’s a horrible place to be shamed for a healthy sex life while crew, colleagues and production allow sexual harassment, discrimination and intimidating circumstances. I hope the other cast members wake up and stop being production puppets. I hope they learn to know who they really are and live better lives.”
She then accused the network of singling her out when the other cast members “have sex and keep giving birth.”
“Many other moms on the shows have had more sex with multiple partners within the last three years than I have,” she said. “Or gave birth again to another child over the past three years yet I’m the only one with less sexual partners, children, and leading a positive lifestyle with growing businesses.”
Abraham made two appearances on the XXX site CamSoda before her feud with the network. In her first appearance, she stripped down and played with a vibrator. On her second, she promoted anal sex toys.
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