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‘Teen Mom’ star Farrah Abraham’s fans are turning on her

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Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham got famous for her roles on “16 & Pregnant” and “Teen Mom” but it sounds like she isn’t done with being a celebrity. She has been trying to stay in the spotlight, whether it’d be getting a DUI or filming a sex tape. And now, she is back on “Couples Therapy” without a partner. According to a new Hollywood Life report published on Jan. 4, “Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham’s followers are now lashing out at her for faking her relationship to get more television time.

“Watching “Couples Therapy” knowing that Farrah and her 'bf' is fake makes the whole thing a comedy. #pathetic #isfamethatimportant,” one follower wrote, while another added, “Can't even watch “Couples Therapy” Farrah is SO fake.” Many fans had plenty of things to say about Farrah, such as “Farrah seriously you are such a fake on couples therapy...,” “Farrah Abraham tries too hard to be relevant. Girlllll” and “Farrah Why won't your bf show up? Ummm BECAUSE HE DOESNT EXIST #pathetic.”

Last week, reports surfaced that she had hired a man to play her boyfriend, an Orlando DJ. He revealed that it was a business arrangement, so she could get paid to appear on the show. And it sounds like fans believe him, because she played the same card with her sex-tape partner, James Deen.

What do you think of her fans turning on her?

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