‘Teen Mom’ star Farrah Abraham caused quite a stir by appearing solo on ‘Couples Therapy,’ claiming her boyfriend stood her up for their session. ‘Teen Mom 2’ star Jenelle Evans called out her co-star’s relationship saying she ‘staged it entirely.’
Jenelle Evans wasn’t feeling her fellow Teen Mom franchise co-star Farrah Abraham‘s appearance on VH1’s Couples Therapy. Jenelle says that not only did Farrah fake her tears on the show when her guy, Brian Dawe, skipped out on the filming: but she says she faked the entire relationship so she could be on the show!
Jenelle Evans: Farrah Abraham’s ‘Couples Therapy’ Appearance Was ‘Staged’
Jenelle plugged her Teen Mom co-star’s appearance on Couples Therapy to fans on her Twitter page … but then she decided not to tune into the show herself! She explained her reason via tweet:
— Jenelle Evans (@PBandJenelley_1) January 2, 2014
Pregnant Jenelle says that Farrah lied to her fans, and that her “pretend” boyfriend Brian already spoke out saying their partnership was staged.
Farrah swears that her relationship was real, and maintained that her appearance on the show was prompted by the urge to understand herself better and work out her issues, including her bond with daughter Sophia.
Farrah Abraham Appears Solo On ‘Couples Therapy’
Farrah told the show’s host, psychotherapist Dr. Jenn, that her boyfriend stood her up for the taping of the show, and it brought out a flood of emotions.
“I don’t know where he is or, like, why he isn’t here,” Farrah said during a group therapy session for the show. “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 explained. “I haven’t gotten a phone call explaining where he is even.”
Jenelle thinks that Farrah’s entire appearance on the show was fabricated, and that she intended to go solo all along to cause more drama, but Farrah spoke out saying she ditched her boyfriend after he let her down on the show. “F*** loser boyfriends who use me! & can’t face the truth!! I can face the music,” she tweeted before the show’s premiere.
Catch Farrah’s appearance on Couples Therapy on Jan. 2 at 9 p.m. EST.
What do YOU think, HollyMoms? Do you think Farrah’s appearance was faked?
— Kristine Hope Kowalski