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'Teen Mom' Farrah Abraham sticks by abuse claims made against her father

Farrah Abraham attends OK! Magazine's 'So Sexy' NY party at Marquee on May 28, 2014 in New York City.
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Farrah Abraham is sticking to her story about her father's alleged abuse.

Months ago, the former "Teen Mom" star made claims that both her parents had been abusive to her as a child, and while Michael Abraham has denied the claims, Abraham insists she's telling the truth.

"My father has done other things, and I could tell you the day, I could tell you what he did, and I have moved on from those things," Abraham told RumorFix, via a July 9 report by Wetpaint Entertainment. "My dad's writing a book, maybe he'll be open in his book about that."

In addition to claiming that she was abused by her parents, Abraham also recently claimed she had been raped while touring the country for Vivid Entertainment in an effort to promote her sex tape. Following the claims, Vivid exec Steve Hirsch came forward, offering Abraham $1 million to prove her claims were accurate by taking a lie detector test, but Abraham declined to do so, leading many to believe she had been lying about the alleged rape.

"I talked to my dad on a personal level and he does know I'm hurt by it," Abraham continued. "And I just think he may not want to show that publicly and he probably just doesn't want to deal with that on a public level."

In Feb. 2014, during an interview with In Touch Weekly, Abraham claimed her parents "would beat me with a belt if I acted out. I had cuts, bruises, welts, swelling and scars."

However, Michael Abraham denied the allegations, telling Celebuzz that he was not abusive towards Abraham -- and insisting that any disciplinary action he took was appropriate of a parent.