Farrah Abraham Blasts Teen Mom: The Show Was 75 Per Cent Fake!

Farrah Abraham has blasted Teen Mom and her co-stars in a podcast.

Talking on comedian Stephen Kramer Glickman's podcast 'The Night Time Show' the controversial 27-year-old former reality star did not hold back.

Asked by the host if she stayed in touch with any of her former co-stars she said: "I do not spend my energy on any of that although I did suffer from 'newbie syndrome' when I was first on the show.

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"But I learned early on growing up in real life that you might be pretty and talented and not everybody is as self confident as you and it creates jealousy and I have had that working with various co-stars over the years."

Abraham was also scathing of the Teen Mom producers who she claimed constantly put her in difficult situations over the years which led to her becoming disillusioned with it.

She added: "I was thinking what am I doing? for the last two seasons of Teen Mom. Like why am I here?

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"I felt like they were sabotaging my real life with fake scenes. It was 75 per cent fake. I had them put me in bad situations and I had to sign myself out of them."

The experiences on Teen Mom were so negative that it seems like she has ruled herself out from appearing in other well known reality shows in the future.

"I don't think so, I will not be like a Beverly Hills Housewife or anything like that," she joked. revealed recently how Abraham got Botox injections after being arrested for hitting a hotel employee in Beverly Hills.

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