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'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham on moving on from MTV, her feud with Jenelle Evans

Farrah Abraham attends the 'The Hungover Games' cast party at Lure on February 11, 2014 in Hollywood, California.
Photo by Michael Buckner

Farrah Abraham is moving on from MTV. While "Teen Mom" may have launched her career, Abraham is onto bigger and better things and happy to being doing so.

In a new interview, Abraham spoke of the end of her "Teen Mom" run and addressed her ongoing feud with fellow MTV star Jenelle Evans.

“I think I did my job to the utmost in showing a struggle and overcoming it and that’s why I was a part of that show,” Abraham told Radar Online on Sept. 3. “I think I did that and I’m no longer a teen mom and I’m no longer struggling… I am moving on and I think everyone is happier and we’re all in great places.”

Although Abraham recently made amends with fellow "Teen Mom," Catelynn Lowell, during the "Couple's Therapy" reunion show, she and Evans remain on the outs. Despite her comments, claiming to be over it, Abraham, whom most recently slammed Evans in July, continues to address the issue and did so again during her Radar interview.

“I don’t respond to her… She’s not fighting with me, she’s fighting with herself," Abraham explained. "I don’t have time for that.”

Last month, Evans shared a message with fans on Facebook, claiming Abraham's promotion of sex got her kicked off "Teen Mom." Abraham insists she was not fired, nor was she booted off because of her co-stars' alleged request to fire her.

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