In the explosive footage Abraham unleashes on an executive producer after he informs her she was let go from the series because of her return to the adult film industry. Morgan J Freeman - one of the reality series producers - is shown telling Abraham: 'If you choose to work in the adult industry, we can't continue to film you. The reality star was let go from the series after she made two appearances on the explicit webcam site CamSoda. Personalise the newsletters you receive and gain access to competitions and offers. Something went wrong, we were unable to log you in using that account.
Farrah Abraham's firing from Teen Mom OG caught on camera
11 Things No One Tells You About Being a Teen Mom
MTV found a surprisingly popular niche market in teenagers who also happen to be mothers. In this series, the title speaks for itself; cameras follow along various teenage girls who have children, tracking their daily lives and drama, giving audiences an inside look at what it means to be a parent when the mother in question still needs plenty of mothering of her own. So, if you thought your teenage years were troublesome, maybe it's time to pull back the curtain on one of MTV's more successful properties. When you're raising children, it's definitely helpful to have support from your family.
For girls who get pregnant in high school and the years right after, it's not always easy to tell what the next few months and years will look like, which is why we asked a dozen girls to get real about their experiences as teen moms. I wish I would have known that going to college was going to be almost impossible. It's not so much a financial thing as a babysitting issue. I don't want my son in daycare when he is so small.
At 15, most girls are thinking about clothes, boys, and parties. But Jamie got pregnant—and now she's focused on raising her son. It was Friday morning, first period, and I was in my science class, just like a typical kid in a typical high-school science room. I'm sure you can picture it—the little plants sprouting in Styrofoam cups, the usual charts and posters on the walls, the teacher asking us if we'd done our homework.