Things You Might Not Know About Teen Mom’s Farrah Abraham

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Farrah Abraham is one of those (pseudo) celebrities who people either love or hate. (We use the word “love” loosely seeing as most people merely tolerate Farrah). Since she’s in the news again because she’s reportedly adopting a child, we figured now would be a good time to take a look at some of those things that many of us don’t know about the controversial reality star.

10. Therapy

She’s had a lot of therapy, which has taught her not to have regrets and to stop harboring resentments. “The person who I used to be when I was growing up was very judgmental and very reactive, [but now] I’ve opened up my mind. I forgive myself. I love myself more…if not for therapy, honestly, you would be talking to a whole other woman right now,” she told Cosmopolitan.

9. Tweaked

She’s had numerous plastic surgery procedures, including breast augmentation, rhinoplasty, chin implants and lip injections, which were famously botched.

8. Writer

She’s a novelist. She’s written an erotic trilogy entitled Celebrity Sex Tape.

7. Baby Daddy

Farrah wasn’t in contact with Derek, Sophia’s father, when he died in a car accident back in 2008. When she discovered she was pregnant, her parents had urged her to keep her pregnancy a secret and to cut ties with Derek and, after he died, her parents didn’t want her to talk about her feelings or her grief.

6. Froco Fresh Frozen

She owns a restaurant in Austin, Texas, called Froco Fresh Frozen. “It’s my own concept. It’s about having fresh and frozen cuisines and foods at this restaurant. It’s very family friendly,” she told Starcasm.

5. Ancestry

Her farther is Syrian and Italian while her mother is Danish and Sicilian.

4. College Educated

She has an associate degree in culinary arts and management from the Art Institute of Fort Lauderdale in Florida.

3. Pasta Sauce

She launched a line of pasta sauce with her mom and grandma in 2012.


2. Conservative Family

Farrah comes from a really conservative family. When she found out that she was pregnant at 16, she wanted to terminate her pregnancy, but her mother refused because of her strict religious beliefs.

1. Feminism

She is a feminist. “Oh, I definitely feel that women are equal to men. No doubt about that. I mean women should have equal rights to men, every day,” she told Miami New Times.



Cate has a B.A. and an M.A. in English Literature and has been the Managing Editor of Fame10 for more than 6 years. Despite having a love for the works of Thomas Hardy, Leo Tolstoy and Lord Byron, she also has an intense fascination with pop culture. When she isn’t writing for Fame10, she’s planning her next big adventure in Southeast Asia.