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Farrah Abraham slams MTV for holding her back, sexually

Farrah Abraham has reportedly been fired by MTV ahead of a possible "Teen Mom" return, but according to her, she hopes that they didn't do it for the wrong reasons.

Farrah Abraham attends MTV's 'The Real World Ex-Plosion' Season Premiere Party at Bottomz Up Bar and Grill on January 14, 2014 in New York City.
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In a new interview, Abraham discusses the network that made her famous, dissing them for holding her back, sexually, and speaking of her hopes that they didn't fire her for her recent career choices.

"I don't think MTV should hold people back on account of (being sexually open)," Abraham said in the interview, according to a June 16 report by Wetpaint Entertainment. "They have many kinds of sexual behaviors on their shows. I would hope if they cut me out, it would be for other reasons."

Although it hasn't yet been confirmed, it has been said that MTV gave Abraham the axe ahead of the reported "Teen Mom" return, which also has yet to be confirmed.

Abraham also recently revealed plans to pen a paranormal book about her late boyfriend, Derek Underwood (the father of her child), who died in a car accident one month prior to Sophia's birth.

"Lots of people fantasize that their loved ones are still there," she explained to the New York Daily News. "I want to do fantasy in fiction. I like a challenge."

While no one can blame Abraham for wanting to write about her experiences, bringing her late boyfriend into her adult career just feels wrong, and certainly isn't something his family would appreciate.

Someone needs to tell this girl about boundaries.