Farrah Abraham faked a relationship so she could appear on the reality show Couples Therapy, a former Teen Mom 2 co-star claims.
Jennelle Evans has called out Abraham for staging a relationship with Brian Dawe for the sake of appearing on the VH1 reality show. Farrah showed up alone to the show’s taping, tearfully saying that her boyfriend refused to participate.
During filming, Farrah Abraham became very emotional when talking about her relationship and feelings of abandonment.
“I don’t know where he is or, like, why he isn’t here,” Farrah said in a group therapy session. “My boyfriend … like, I can’t talk about it right now.”
“I don’t want to feel like people are always going to be leaving me,” Farrah later added. “I haven’t gotten a phone call explaining where he is even.”
Evans took to Twitter to warn fans of the deception, noting that Brian has already confirmed that the relationship was a fraud. She said that Farrah’s appearance was only intended to cause more drama and draw more attention to herself.
To keep up with the lie, Farrah publicly split with her boyfriend on Twitter after the show’s taping ended, Evans noted.
“F*** loser boyfriends who use me! & can’t face the truth!! I can face the music,” Farrah tweeted, though for her part she has denied making up the relationship.
— Jenelle Evans (@PBandJenelley_1) January 2, 2014
Farrah Abraham has lied about relationships in the past. Last summer the former Teen Mom star sold sold a sex tape to Vivid Entertainment for a reported $1.5 million, and though she worked with well-known adult star James Deen tried to claim the tape showed a tryst with boyfriend, and that the tape fell into the wrong hands.
She has also made a bid for the acting world, sending an audition tape to Days of Our Lives last year in hopes of getting a part on the soap opera. Sources say that Farrah was passed over for the part.
Farrah Abraham can be seen on Couples Therapy— minus the boyfriend — when it airs Thursdays at 9 pm EST on VH1.