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Did Farrah Abraham use a model home for 'Being Farrah?'

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Farrah Abraham appeared in Being Farrah over the weekend, and during the show, fans got a chance to go inside her Texas home, which was incredibly beautiful.

However, it may not have been hers. In fact, it probably wasn't, given what has been uncovered about the property.

In a Feb. 26 report by The Stir, it has been said that the home may have actually been a model home that Farrah rented out for the show.

The most damning evidence against Farrah seems to be the fact that there was a framed brochure for “Scott Felder Homes” hanging behind a producer’s head in Farrah’s bedroom.

Although it’s hard to tell what the truth of the matter is, Farrah having that in her room seems to be a big hint that the home does not belong to her.

In recent months, Farrah has claimed that she was having a house built, so perhaps this was simply a loaner home which she was using while her own house was being built.

If Farrah was using the house and trying to play it off as her own, she has some serious issues, but that wouldn’t be all that surprising. After all, Farrah has made a lot of claims that ended up not being true, including her pay and her relationships.

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