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MTV wants to bring 'Teen Mom' back

Farrah Abraham, 'Teen Mom' reality star visits the SiriusXM Studios on June 12, 2013 in New York City.
Farrah Abraham, 'Teen Mom' reality star visits the SiriusXM Studios on June 12, 2013 in New York City.
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"Teen Mom" is reportedly coming back to MTV after a multi-year hiatus.

According to a March 19 report by Us Weekly, MTV has been wanting to "bring the series back" after airing three successful specials with Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell, and Farrah Abraham. However, production is running into a bit of a problem when it comes to the cast.

"Before producers can start filming a reunion, Portwood, Lowell, and 22-year-old Maci Bookout (whose special ran last summer) are demanding that two-time porn star Abraham be axed from the reality series," a source claimed.

Because of Abraham's adult-driven career, the dynamic of the show would change drastically if she returned, and the majority of the show's fans would be turned off by her risqué life choices -- to say the least.

"They don't want their kids on a show where someone's talking about sex toys," a source explains. And apparently, MTV is keen to the idea.

"They would definitely consider dumping Farrah to get the other girls," the insider said.

Luckily for Abraham, she's got her own thing going and couldn't seem to care less about MTV or "Teen Mom."

"I have my own life," she told the magazine.