MTV reportedly cuts Farrah Abraham from possible 'Teen Mom' revival for being "bad example"
By Elizabeth Kwiatkowski, 05/07/2014
Farrah Abraham has reportedly been given the boot from a potential Teen Mom revival after her former co-stars demanded she not return in exchange for their participation.
MTV executives "willingly cut Farrah" from negotiations, a source toldUs Weekly.
Reports surfaced back in March formerTeen Mom stars Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood were negotiating a return to the series for a potential fifth season. However, their talks allegedly focused in on one major condition -- that Abraham wouldn't be a part of it.
"MTV agreed," the source said. "They feel she set a bad example and doesn't represent the network well."
MTV began looking into "bringing the series back" earlier this year after the network aired specials which updated viewers on the lives of the Teen Mom stars and brought in high ratings, according to Us.
However, since Abraham, 22, starred in porn films, Bookout, Lowell and Portwood turned against her.
"They don't want their kids on a show where someone's talking about sex toys," an insider told the magazine in March.
Abraham apparently doesn't care what her former co-stars think, as she reportedly said back in April, "Truthfully, I was never friends with any of them. Personally, I like to keep my life separate. We came in the project separate, and I think it's best we keep our lives separate."
In addition to pursuing a music career now and writing a trilogy of erotic novels, Abraham recently starred in VH1 Couples Therapy, which premiered back in January. Ironically enough, Abraham didn't actually have a boyfriend when the show taped and participated alone.
(Photo credit MTV)
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