Farrah Abraham is prepping for her television return.
Just under two years after the cancellation of MTV's "Teen Mom" the teenage mother turned sex tape star has traveled to Los Angeles, where she's reportedly filming a new show.
"Big Week #LA making TV:) #KeepItReal,” Abraham tweeted on Monday, according to an Aug. 5 report by Wetpaint Entertainment.
"It's unclear whether Farrah is acting on a scripted series (something on the Playboy Channel, perhaps), or simply appearing on a talk show, but our bodies are more than ready," the site reported. "We love nothing more than seeing this girl pop up on the small screen, and we're sure that whatever Farrah's doing next will be absolutely ah-mazing!"
Following her stints on "16 & Pregnant" and "Teen Mom," Abraham was cast on VH1's "Couple's Therapy," but her appearance didn't come without controversy. Not only was Abraham the first star to appear on the reality show solo, she was also accused of having never been in the relationship that got her cast in the first place.
After Abraham landed her "Couple's Therapy" gig, her so-called boyfriend, DJ Brian Dawe, came forward, claiming their relationship was fabricated in an effort to get Abraham on the show. For weeks prior, it was reported that the relationship was fake because of their failure to have been seen together publicly.
Eventually, after Dawe revealed his and Abraham's alleged lies, it was reported that he had been dating another woman during the months Abraham claimed he was with her.