Well this is uncomfortable.
Farrah Abraham has been recently estranged from her mother, Debra Danielsen — partially because of the latter’s relationship with her new fiancé, best known as “Dr. David.” And as it turns out, the Teen Mom OG star has a right to be dubious, as her own on-again, off-again boyfriend Simon Saran recently revealed that Dr. David first pursued Farrah before turning his affections to Debz!
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When a fan asked, “Is it true David tweeted [Farrah] first, but settled for Deb when she didn’t respond?” Simon replied, “I’m afraid so!”
@AmberLPorkwood @F1abraham I'm afraid so!— Simon (@SimonSaran) May 16, 2017
@AmberLPorkwood @F1abraham I'm afraid so!
If this story sound remarkably familiar, that’s because it sort of happened before; Amber Portwood’s fiancé Matt Baier famously pined after Farrah before giving up and relentlessly pursuing Amber.
This could explain the tension between Farrah and her mother — which has been well-documented on both the MTV reality series and Marriage Boot Camp: Reality Stars Family Edition.
The 25-year-old has been surprisingly mature throughout the ordeal, and even admitted that she has no intentions of attending her mother’s wedding, explaining that she thinks it’s “healthiest” for her and her daughter to celebrate from a distance.
Looks like Farrah won the parenting battle this time around!
Scroll through the gallery to get a rundown on Farrah’s complicated relationship with her mom!
Farrah has talked openly about the abuse she claims to have faced as a child. The Teen Mom OG star said that her parents beat her with a belt when she acted out, which allegedly resulted in bruises on her body.
“At that time we really didn’t [have a relationship] because of some of the abusive things that had happened,” she said on Brandi Glanville’s podcast back in 2015. “My parents got put into jail, both my mom and my dad.”
Father Michael has denied all of Farrah's accusations against him and assures that he was never under arrest for domestic violence of any kind.