Skip to main content
Report this ad

See also:

‘Teen Mom’ star Farrah Abraham accused of faking mental breakdown

Farrah Abraham
Farrah Abraham's Twitter

Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham went on “Couples Therapy” and told everyone that she had been stood up. She had been working on herself and had been dating Brian. At least that’s what the media had been portraying. She was later accused of lying about her relationship and Brian revealed he was paid to be her partner. According to a new Radar Online report published on Feb. 14, “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham is now being accused of faking everything on “Couples Therapy,” especially everything that has to do with Brian Dawe.

On “Couples Therapy,” Farrah continues to talk about Brian as if they were a real item. She revealed she had a mental breakdown when he didn’t show up for therapy on the show. “My client [Brian Dawe] categorically denies that his decision not to appear on “Couples Therapy” had anything to do with any sort of anxiety or other mental health related issues,” Brent M. Rainey has revealed. Rainey is indeed Brian Dawe’s lawyer.

When he told the producers of “Couples Therapy” that he had been scamming them, they offered him twice as much money to come on the show. However, he turned it down. “My client’s decision was based solely on his lack of comfort, on a moral level, with the portrayal of his involvement with Ms. Abrahams, as has already been well documented in the media. In fact, my client is very much at peace with his decision not to be involved in this project,” Rainey added. “My client is in good mental health. Any statement that he had a mental breakdown is completely fabricated by Ms. Abrahams, and we are looking into pursuing this matter through the appropriate legal mechanisms.”

What do you think of Farrah’s story?

Report this ad