Farrah Abraham and Amber Portwood 'Teen Mom' reunion fight airs, feud continues on social media
UPI News Service, 12/06/2016
"Teen Mom's" onstage reunion show fight between stars Farrah Abraham and Amber Portwood aired on MTV on Monday, resulting in the rivals continuing their scuffle on social media.
"Byeeee Criminal couple learn how to act in public .... horrible example #failedatlife," Abraham directed towards Portwood and her fiance Matt Baier on Twitter after the violent and profanity-laden altercation aired on MTV.
"@mtv maybe they need a Teen Mom special too," she continued alongside a thumbs up emoji and photos of Portwood and Baier being escorted out.
"If I was going out there to hit her than I would have. Just wanted her to say it to my face and of course she didn't...let's be honest," Portwood wrote on Twitter in response to the episode, referencing how she was seen throwing a punch towards Abraham that missed its mark.
The official Twitter account of Teen Mom shared a gif of the moment as Abraham looks shocked that Portwood would throw a punch at her.
As previously reported, the reality stars got into each other's face after host and mediator Dr. Drew mentioned comments Abraham's boyfriend Simon Saran made about Baier being a pedophile due to being 20 years older than Portwood.
Despite Saran heading towards an apology, Abraham continued to heat things up saying "Well, I'm sorry that Matt probably looks like it."
At that point Portwood stormed the stage and got into Abraham's face yelling, "Just because somebody's 20 years older than you doesn't mean he's a [expletive] pedophile. Shut your [expletive] mouth, do you understand me? I'm going to stand up for my man!"
Baier and Abraham's father Michael tried to diffuse the situation but then quickly got into a fight themselves that ended with Bair pushing Michael off the stage.
"Shut your [expletive] crooked lips!" Portwood yelled as she was escorted off.
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