Farrah Abraham Throws Shade at ‘Teen Mom OG’ Producer Morgan J. Freeman During Exit Interview
Raise your hand if you've ever been personally vicimized by Farrah Abraham! The Teen Mom OG star gave her final interview with Dr. Drew Pinsky during tonight's reunion special, but she wouldn't go out without shading a few people in the process. Although she basically didn't talk about anything — her businesses, her dating life, and her relationship with her mom were all off limits — she did bring up producer Morgan J. Freeman and said she hoped to "get a better environment" because she's "choosing to live a different life."
"I just feel proud of me standing up and just keeping in mind every other woman, every other experience, everybody who is in the LGBTQ community who has shared about me doing what is right, always trying to choose and make the right choices, navigating my life," she told Dr. Drew. "I'm happy that I didn't let people break me from my core, which I felt this production was doing and many people around me."
So who is Morgan J. Freeman and what exactly went down between the two? We've got the deets.
Farrah had some not-so-nice words for him
Back in October, Farrah called her fake firing a "hate crime" against her by the "unprofessional, fake, women hater, press hungry, sex shaming" head of 11th Street Productions, Morgan J Freeman.
She also revealed that in the past, producers have spread lies to get the other moms to team up against her, and she was over it. "Do not beat up, instigate physical fights, ruin and break a women's self esteem, degrade women, this hate this criminal behavior bad business practices end today!" she ranted. "My daughter, my family, myself, have all suffered for the contrived, malicious hate crime against me."
Morgan had explained to Farrah that she was extremely difficult to work with and that she would have to stop pursuing her career in the adult film industry if she wished to continue filming. Instead, Farrah quit the series. She also later filed a $5 million lawsuit against Viacom, stating that the network "wrongfully terminated her employment because she did not confirm to gender stereotypes." They later settled and reached an agreement, according to Us Weekly. However, the exact amount remains unknown.
He hates Donald Trump… A Lot
According to his Twitter bio, Morgan is a "Filmmaker, TV producer, husband, activist & father. Fierce opposer of Trump. Big fan of snacks. Not the actor!" Most recently, he tweeted, "Dear Mexico, I apologize for the egregious step taken by our President today," he wrote on April 4. "I hope you know his views do not reflect those of the majority of Americans, and I hope his little 'ego stunt' will be over soon. Embarrassed to be an American today."
I apologize for the egregious step taken by our President today. I hope you know his views do not reflect those of the majority of Americans, and I hope his little "ego stunt" will be over soon.
Embarrassed to be an American today.
— Morgan J. Freeman (@mjfree) April 4, 2018
He's a California native
Born and raised in Long Beach, Morgan attended the University of California, Santa Barbara where he worked on the student newspaper. After earning his Bachelor's degree in film studies in 1992, he went to Paris to study film theory. Later, he entered NYU for grad school.
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