Farrah Abraham has a lot of fans (please see all the men who paid for sex toys made from molds of her ladyparts, all the people who gave Teen Mom OG a massive ratings boost when she returned and, of course, Farrah — who once declared herself her own #WomanCrushWednesday).
That being said, her costar Maci Bookout is not one of her loyal admirers — and in a new interview with In Touch Weekly, Sophia’s mom makes it overwhelmingly clear the feelings are mutual.
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“Maci has a lying problem,” the 23-year-old tells the mag. “Maybe she thinks there’s so much attention on me that she needs some.”
The New York Times best-selling author — who is 100 percent, definitely not a porn star — explains the two have been at odds for “years,” adding, “I feel like she needs some mental help. I would never let my daughter around parents like Maci.”
Of course, it makes sense that Farrah is some kind of leading mental health expert. After all, homegirl was on Couples Therapy…alone!
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As fans of Teen Mom OG know, the pregnant, redheaded reality starlet originally quit the show when she heard Farrah was returning.
Ultimately, she decided to stay on, but doesn’t let her six-year-old son, Bentley, be featured on the show in an effort to dissociate him from Farrah’s controversial image.
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Tensions erupted when the two ladies came face-to-face in NYC.
While Farrah confronted Maci, she wasn’t particularly shook up by the whole thing — which means this could maybe have a happy ending (finger’s crossed)!
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After all, Farrah used to feud with Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood — key words being “used to,” of course!
“Catelynn and I are cool,” Farrah tells In Touch. “Amber used to fight with me to the point where we couldn’t be in the same room. Now we’re honest with each other and have a friendship.”
See? Anything is possible!
For more from Farrah, pick up the new issue of In Touch Weekly, on newsstands now!