The 26-year-old reality star called out Viacom, MTV's parent company, and several producers, including 11th Street Productions founder Morgan J. Freeman, in a Facebook post Wednesday after she was reportedly led to believe she was let go from "Teen Mom OG."
"Viacom Legal Confirms I have not been fired, I have not breached my contract," Abraham wrote.
"Why has filming stopped?! Morgan J Freeman of 11th St productions is unprofessional, fake, women hater, press hungry, Sex Shaming, Hate Crimes, Poor Business Practices, unsafe working environment."
"Accomplists Dia Sokal anxious 11 production, Viacom associate pill popping Larry Musnik, & Executive promoted alcohol binger producer Kirsten Malone, taking advantage and acting as a friend to spread jealous, hate crimes to the other teen moms & influence a toxic unsafe working culture," she added.
"My daughter, my family, my self have all suffered for the contrived, malicious hate crime against me," the star claimed. "God is great as I have rose above and am success beyond all of these set backs! I look forward to sharing more in my first #BussinessBook."
Abraham had said in a post Monday that Viacom fired her for being an adult entertainer. She called out the company for "women hating, sex shaming" and "hate crimes."
"Viacom let me go because as a Business Mogul I act like an adult and part take in adult promotions and activities," the star claimed.
Us Weekly reported Abraham was let go after she appeared in a Halloween-themed pornographic webcam show.
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