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'Teen Mom' star Farrah Abraham loses respect for business mogul Bethenny Frankel

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Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham was once a guest on Bethenny Frankel's talkshow, where she got the chance to defend her actions of doing the sex tape. The two women have plenty in common, including starting companies and raising young daughters on their own, but it sounds like Farrah isn't exactly thrilled with the way Bethenny has handled her career. According to a new Wetpaint Entertainment report published on May 30, “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham is now revealing that she has lost respect for her once idol, Bethenny Frankel.

Of course, Farrah was upset when Bethenny called out her horrible decision to do a sexy tape, and she wasn't pleased with Bethenny's advice to "discontinue plastic surgery, discontinue sex tapes, stop having sex, and start being a mom.” Of course, Farrah was upset in the moment, but it sounds like she has carried on the grudge and she recently decided to vent her thoughts about Frankel.

She has once called Bethenny degrading to women, and she was upset that Frankel did not support her upcoming line of sex toys. In a recent interview with the Huffington Post, Abraham decided to share her thoughts of Frankel now. "You know, I used to look up to Bethenny Frankel...and some other women…but that's kind of changed," Farrah said. "I really don't look up to anyone anymore, and I'm not really too fond of a lot of choices others have to make when they're in the public eye."

Bethenny hasn't really done anything recently that has caused Abraham to change her mind. Bethenny recently ended her show for the season and she has been working on a new line of Skinnygirl products. Ever since the sex tapes faded into the background and "Teen Mom" ended, Farrah hasn't been in the spotlight as much. Many would argue that this could be a jealous stab.

What do you think of her comments?

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