Fans of Farrah Abraham were shocked last month when the former "Teen Mom's" Twitter started sending out some very strange tweets. At first, no one was sure what was going on, but as the night went on and more crazy tweets appeared, it was obvious: Farrah had been hacked. It took some time, but she got the hacking under control. On January 17, it was reported that she is taking action against the man she says tried to ruin her reputation.
Mohamad Salama and the "Teen Mom" were apparently, at one time, romantically involved. However, their relationship soured and following an argument, the hacking occurred. Farrah filed papers to get a restraining order against the former beau.
According to reports, Farrah Abraham requested the order saying, "I'm a reality (star) on MTV networks and this is hurting my brand and his actions are defamation of character."
Salama, on the other hand, denies that he hacked into the reality show star's account and claims that she left her page open on his computer. So, how did the nasty tweets get there? Salama has only admitted to one of the tweets which was, what he called, a "naughty photo." However, he says that he deleted that photo after posting it.
Anyone who watched the Twitter war unravel may recall that there was a photo that was posted, allegedly of Farrah. Of course, the photo did not show anyone's face and likely was not the reality show star. This photo popped up around the same time as the other nasty tweets so if that is the photo that he is claiming to have posted, could he have posted the other tweets as well?
There is no word on whether or not she was granted the restraining order, but it is great that Farrah Abraham is taking action.
© Corrina Jean