Farrah Abraham should probably just stop going to the Teen Mom OG reunions
The Teen Mom OG reunion hasn't even aired yet, but boy, oh, boy, are the rumors already flying.
For one, Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood and Catelynn Lowell reportedly walked off the stage in protest of Farrah Abraham's presence according to The Real Mr. Housewife, but that was only the tip of the iceberg. From the sound of things, the latest Teen Mom reunion is going to be more like a Real Housewives reunion.
News of the crazy brawl between Portwood and Abraham that occurred after Abraham said Portwood's fiancé looks like a pedophile hit the internet earlier this week — and now it turns out that Bookout allegedly jumped in the mix, and was even making death threats.
"I heard Maci tried to come out and she threatened to kill my daughter," Abraham's father, Michael Abraham, told Radar Online. "That is wrong. Last reunion, I went to her fiancé and said I was happy for their first child. I was looking forward to congratulating her on her marriage.”
Witnesses claim that no punches landed on Farrah, but her dad tells a different story.
"Like any good father, from my point of view, I saw her hand touch my daughter’s face," Michael said of Portwood. "When I saw Amber touch my daughter, that’s when I got between the two of them."
Michael also told Radar that he's hurt his daughter's co-stars lashed out at her so violently, especially since the Abrahams have turned the other cheek in the past.
"My daughter is not a whore, she has never sold her body," Michael said. "She is not a prostitute and those words have come out of our cast members’ mouths and we never got physical. Farrah is in the entertainment business. That’s her choice."
We know Farrah Abraham has as much right to show up at the reunion as any of the other cast members, but with all the drama that is usually directed at her when they're all in the same room, you gotta wonder why she keeps putting herself through it.
For her part, Portwood says what went down at the reunion is being misrepresented on the internet.
"I just got back from LA, and I know there's a lot of rumors going around about what has happened on the reunion show. And I just want everybody to stay open-minded and know that 90 percent of what you're reading isn't true," Portwood said in a series of Instagram videos. "I think it's going to be sad when the video comes out and they're kind of going to look like liars."
Teen Mom OG airs Mondays at 9/8c on MTV.
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