Farrah Abraham’s on-again, off-again boyfriend, Simon Saran, spoke out on Twitter about Teen Mom OG just hours after the reality star was fired from her full-time role on the show.
Following Farrah Abraham’s unexpected exit from the series, Simon Saran took to his Twitter account to vent to his fans and followers about what he claims was shocking behind-the-scenes behavior from Teen Mom OG producers, Morgan J. Freeman and Larry Musnik.
“When I quit the show it was because of the racist comments [Morgan J. Freeman] and Larry made to me for being Indian,” he tweeted on October 31.
According to Simon Saran, the MTV staffers were not only allegedly racist but also reportedly giving certain cast members drugs. He even suggested that one particular woman had allegedly been bribed by the staffers to move pedophiles into her home and slammed the network for promoting a 50-year-old man’s naked book cover while also including children in their series. As he explained, the show is “twisted.”
“Larry has called me a terrorist, said I was a smelly Indian and asked farrah why she went for an Indian,” he explained.
Farrah Abraham has not yet responded to her on-again, off-again boyfriend’s comments, and the network has not responded to his statements.
Farrah Abraham and Simon Saran began dating years ago and chronicled their romance for a couple of seasons of Teen Mom OG. However, after Abraham’s desire to become engaged wasn’t reciprocated by Saran, the couple parted ways earlier this year.
Although Farrah Abraham and Simon Saran are no longer dating, they have remained in close contact with one another for the past few months and have even enjoyed a couple of vacations together, including a visit to Tulum, Mexico and a more recent trip to Greece.
Farrah Abraham confirmed she was fired from her role on Teen Mom OG on Monday on Instagram after the network released a sneak peek at Season 7.
To see more of Farrah Abraham and her co-stars, including Maci Bookout, Ryan Edwards, Taylor McKinney, Catelynn Lowell, Tyler Baltierra, Amber Portwood, and Gary Shirley, tune into the Teen Mom OG Season 7 premiere on November 27 at 9 p.m. on MTV.
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