'Teen Mom OG' Star Farrah Abraham Slams Amber Portwood For Opening Up About Her Plans To Leave The Show

By Abbie Kraft, Parent Herald December 18, 07:00 am

The girls from MTV's "Teen Mom" are going through a rough patch after most of them announced their dismay over Twitter. Amber Portwood posted on Twitter that she no longer wants to be part of the reality TV series stating that the producers and the show depict a negative image of her and the other girls.

Amber Portwood expressed her dismay after Farrah Abraham and her partner, Simon Saran, openly mocked Amber's boyfriend. During the "Teen Mom OG's"reunion, Abraham mentioned that Portwood's boyfriend looks like a pedophile, which embarrassed Amber Portwood and shocked the rest of the "Teen Mom OG" cast.

"The way I have been portrayed and treated is unfair. @MTV sending all my love," Portwood stated on one of her tweets. "If I was treated fairly it wouldn't be an issue but it's been nothing but disrespect since the reunion show. Which keeps continuing today... Nothing has been dealt with or has made me feel any safer to even move on with people who have continuously hidden things from the network...."

After Farrah's statement, Portwood walked out of the stage, as Dr. Drew didn't to anything to stop Farrah's behavior. It was then added that the rest of the "Teen Mom OG" stars, also walked out of their reunion special.

Amber Portwood expressed her dismay with the show's producers, but Farrah Abrahams called her out according to The Hollywood Gossip. She then added that Amber Portwood's stunt to leave the show is just her way of seeking attention.

"None of the girls will quit - they like the attention, need the money and their boyfriends need the money too much to quit," Abraham stated during her interview with E!. I get that Amber is embarrassed by her actions but she flip-flops all the time. She will be right back to filming. This is so dramatic. She could quit and not make it public if she was truly done."

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