Farrah Abraham is one of the OG bad girls of MTV's hit Teen Mom franchise and she has a lot to say about former co-stars Amber Portwood and Jenelle Evans after both women have found their names in news headlines recently.
TMZ caught up with Abraham who was previously fired from MTV's Teen Mom franchise for her work in the adult entertainment industry to get her thoughts on former co-stars Amber Portwood and Jenelle Evans and the adult performer didn't hold back. When asked about Portwood, who was recently arrested on domestic violence charges after it was alleged she assaulted her baby daddy with a machete and shoe while he was holding their child, Abraham makes it clear that she feels that Portwood's issues run pretty deep.
"Well I mean, I'm not trying to be mean, but I pretty much saw it coming cause Amber doesn't have custody of Leah," she told TMZ. "Even though she's trying her hardest to be a great mom... She's probably lost custody of her new child and she's just not good in relationships." When asked if she thinks Portwood needs to seek help, she added, "Amber has always sought help—and how much help do you need?"
Abraham let her feelings be known about Evans when asked what she thought of her former co-star's situation. Evans and husband David Eason lost temporary custody of their children after it was alleged that Eason shot and killed the family dog. Now police are alleging that Evans seems to have changed her mind and is stating she made up the story for publicity, a claim that Evans is disputing.
"I really feel like Jenelle has chosen a bad relationship over her kids, and I feel really awful for her kids for that. I do wish Jenelle all the best, but again, she's making all the wrong choices. Like, she shouldn't stand with a man who shoots a dog for no reason." When asked if she thinks Jenelle should stay with David, Abraham was not afraid to throw some shade. "I think everybody on the earth would not stay with David. A woman of value would not stay with a man who's like that," she stated.
Abraham, who was walking with daughter Sophia at the time she was approached by TMZ, added that "I'm teaching my daughter better and we're living our lives better," before ending the video. Neither Portwood or Evans have commented on Abraham's recent statements.