Farrah Abraham Was Mild During ‘Teen Mom OG’ Reunion Taping, But Her Mom Had Different Approach

Farrah Abraham and the cast of Teen Mom OG will reunite next Monday to rehash the issues of the season, and while fans expect Farrah Abraham to bring the drama, as she’s done all season, a new report claims her behavior was surprisingly mild.

“She mostly just stayed away from everyone,” an insider told Radar Online on May 28.

Farrah Abraham’s mother, Debra Danielson, however, took a much different approach — right down to her outfit.

“She wore a tee-shirt that said ‘Team Farrah’ and cheered with pom-poms. It looked like she was trying way too hard.”

According to the insider, Farrah Abraham was “embarrassed” by her mother’s “over-the-top” behavior, and her co-stars, including Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood, “just rolled their eyes.”

Throughout Teen Mom OG, Farrah Abraham caused quite a lot of drama between herself and her co-stars, so going into the reunion, producers “were expecting fireworks…but there was no drama!”

As the Inquisitr previously reported, Bookout addressed her feud with Farrah Abraham during a special taping. While chatting with the host of Teen Mom OG: Featured Moments, Bookout explained her thoughts going into her heated debate with Farrah Abraham.

“I wanted to sit down and talk with Farrah because I wanted her to know that my intentions were never to hurt her feelings or for her to feel like I was judging her. I also wanted her to know that, you know her feelings of being hurt, being left out, are normal. I mean, I would have felt the exact same way. I feel like she just was very emotional and very upset, and things were still just a little too raw and new to kind of get that across to her.”

Bookout removed her son, 6-year-old Bentley, from the series after she was informed of Farrah Abraham’s return, which she was previously assured would not happen. In response, Abraham launched an epic feud with her co-star, which continued throughout filming.

“It’s difficult for me to sympathize with her and want to explain myself when I don’t feel like she’s hearing me. She can be a bit disrespectful and it’s hard for me to sit back and want to make her feel better when she’s talking to me like I’m a piece of s—.”

For more of Farrah Abraham and the rest of the cast, tune into the Teen Mom OG reunion, airing next Monday night at 10 p.m. on MTV.

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