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Farrah Abraham fired from MTV's 'Teen Mom'

Farrah Abraham
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Farrah Abraham was once a teen star on MTV’s "Teen Mom." According to US Magazine on Wednesday, Farrah Abraham will not be returning to season 5 of "Teen Mom." The executives of the show have decided she is a bad influence. Her co-stars Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood, and Catelynn Lowery have the same strong feeling. They reportedly said if she is part of the new series, they will not be coming back.

Fans can only assume that the reason stems from the release of Farrah’s adult video in 2013. She also was arrested in March 2013 for suspicion of driving under the influence. She pled guilty to the charges in June, and was sentenced to six months of probation, six months of sobriety tests and a $500 fine. Farrah also released an adult toy product line and an erotic novel trilogy.

She had a very dramatic experience on VH1’s "Couples Therapy" where she was supposed to have therapy sessions with her boyfriend, Brian Dawe. Dawe later claimed that he was hired by Abraham to appear as her on-screen boyfriend and ultimately did not appear on the program leaving her to be the only single cast member on the show. Farrah ended up having therapy sessions to focus on the fact that she claims she was drugged and raped while working in the porn industry. Many question whether this is true.

According to the New York Daily News, Farrah reacted to the news with this comment, "Truthfully, I was never friends with any of them. Personally, I like to keep my life separate. We came in the project separate, and I think it's best we keep our lives separate."

The mom to 5-year-old daughter Sophia also continues to pursue her music career. Abraham released her second single "Blowin" along with a music video on Monday March 17. In her new track, she sings the lyrics, "Being a star is better than not knowing who you are." She also is scheduled to release a new book titled "Celebrating Farrah Abraham" on May 31, 2014.

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