Farrah Abraham's return to reality TV is explosive, a sneak preview clip from season two of MTV's Ex on the Beach has revealed.
She's now starring on Ex on The Beach, which features single men and women enjoying a beach getaway summer -- until their exes show up.
Abraham, 27, is immediately in the middle of the drama as former Fire Island star Cheyenne Parker, 31, rips her to pieces.
As the video shows, Parker challenges Abraham for not socializing in the house, asking her, "Is it your favorite thing to do, not participate? You like to activate when you’re ready to piss everyone off and be a f—king nightmare?"
Parker tells the cameras that the Back Door Teen Mom porn star rubbed him the wrong way since the filming began.
"Out of everyone in the house, Farrah has just been standoffish and her attitude sucks, I don’t put up with that s—t," Parker declares.
"I don’t tolerate attitude or diva syndrome. There’s only room for one diva and that’s me … As far as celebrity status goes, Farrah thinks she’s over here on the A-list, but baby, I gotta tell you something – D-list for you."
Abraham reportedly only taped the show for 11 days, which works out to an incredible sum of more than $27,000 per day while shooting with her former beau, Simon Saran.
The new video shows that Abraham, showing off her breasts in a yellow bikini top, took a lot of abuse for the reality TV cash!
Parker tells her to "f—k off," and she replies that she’s "so over you being a piece of s—t."
Then Parker landed a low blow, commenting, "I didn’t have to f—king give birth to somebody to f—king make ratings."
Those words leave Abraham, the mother of daughter Sophia, in tears.
Another house guest, Are You the One?’s Malcolm Drummer is also taken aback by Parker's attack, noting in confessional, "There are certain boundaries you shouldn’t cross. Never bring a child into this situation. Walk away, man, be better than that."
Ex on the Beach season two premieres on MTV on Thursday, December 20, at 8 p.m. ET/PT.
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