Farrah Abraham may no longer be on Teen Mom OG, but she has had no problem taking her dramatics elsewhere on the small-screen.
During a recent appearance on Vivica A. Fox’s new show Face the Truth, the 27-year-old was questioned about her sobriety and later failed a drug test, and in turn she called out the show in a scathing post on Instagram.
Abraham was on the show to help mend her very strained relationship with her mother Debra Danielsen, but the focus switched when Dr. Mary Chrzanowski saw Abraham constantly wiping her nose and asked her to take a drug test on-air.
“I don’t know anything about that, I’m just me,” Abraham replied. “I’m really f—– cold and I will take this because I need to go pee and blow my nose. It is what it is.”
And before Abraham went to take the test, Danielsen admitted that she thought her daughter might be on drugs. “Her behavior is so erratic and always aggravated and always short-fused,” Debra said. “I just can’t imagine why we have to have that constantly.”
After Abraham and Danielsen both voluntarily took the tests, they were later presented with the results that show that Abraham tested positive for barbiturates. “I’m sorry, what? I’m confused,” she said. “I’m just a little confused of what a barbiturate is.” When the drug was explained as commonly being used as a sedative or sleep-aid, she said the show must have messed up the results. “I don’t think either that’s mine, and I have to say, did someone confuse something? I have to be that blunt at this moment in my life up here, I’m sorry if it sounds so crazy. I am so laughing out loud right now.”
After accusing producers of faking the whole thing, Abraham exited the show angry which led to her aggressive post. “When your the only real person on stage & face the truth every day of your life #livingmybestlife some non credible host has 4 other women degrade, hate and act like their credible yet can’t even show respect for them selves … let’s just say crap like this is disgusting probably already canceled & she has to pay her audience and guests heavily to even tolerate this backwards thinking what about women lifting women up?” she began her caption.
She continued, “What about not putting down others to make your self feel better- my recommendation for all of these hosts is to get off tv , go find self love, take care of their own mental health, their stunted children & families & not one women was credible on the show as well I have no respect for women who have to lie, degrade, and be jealous of another amazing women – stop talking about my sex life when you can’t listen to the truth- if I’m a porn star so is every other person who fucked a porn star…. oh wait that would be so many sports players etc…but hate on a women ? all of their sex lives are a mess-FaceTheTruth By Farrah Abraham with a 2 hour special because I’m the best guest they will ever have. Happy I had my @sophialabraham with me and I got to have her see her grandma- I’ve always put more effort to keep their healthy interactions. When no one else is a single mom on their own like me do not tear down a women you can’t even compete with . Loved seeing how messed up and disgusting our society is and I’m so blessed I make the world a better place one pathetic show at a time. Wearing @betsymoss #truth #tv #farrahabraham#parenting #singlemom.”
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17. Teenage Dream Ended
“My Teenage Dream Ended” is a pretty harsh title for a memoir, but Farrah wasted no time in explaining what she meant by that. Despite her troubles in her relationship with Derek, after getting pregnant, Farrah believed in her heart they would be a happy family, until one phone call brought it all crashing down around her. “Even when I accidentally got pregnant, I was convinced that everything would work out in the end. We were meant to be together. We wanted to get married and have children. It was just happening sooner than we had panned. Then a friend’s voice on the phone changed everything. ‘Derek died in a car wreck last night.’ Just like that, my teenage dream ended,” she recalled of the fateful moment she found out that her love and Sophia’s father had passed away.