'Teen Mom' Stars and Their Kids

"If you choose to work in the adult industry, you can't continue to film your show for 'Teen Mom,'" executive producer Morgan J. Freeman tells the MTV reality star.

Monday night's "Teen Mom OG" ended with the slate, "Farrah is no longer filming with Teen Mom," after she was seen quitting production during the episode.

Though Farrah Abraham had been with the show since its "16 and Pregnant" days, she ultimately decided it wasn't the right fit for her anymore after being confronted by the series' executive producer Morgan J. Freeman about being "difficult" to work with and her continued work in the adult entertainment industry.

During the episode, Freeman traveled to Abraham's home for a conversation about "how people are treated," after she demanded another producer, Kristin, be reassigned.

"We want to look at how people are treated. For example, Kristen, who we all love, who we think is doing a great job, isn't here today," he told Abraham. "You don't snap your fingers and say new producer and we fly one in. I think some compassion and understanding that everybody is working."

"I am so compassionate, I am so understanding, I am working my ass off just like everyone," she shot back. "Right, but you do have very little compassion and empathy for other people," added Freeman, "Do you feel like you respect the people around you trying to make the show?"

"I respect a lot of people who respect me," she replied. When Freeman specifically brought up Kristin again, Farrah added, "I'm sure she's great, I'm sure many other people on 'Teen Mom,' she can just do bounce around and annoy the shit out of everyone else. There are a lot of people out there who probably need production jobs, it's not that challenging."

"The amount of work that goes into keeping you happy with crew, has bubbled up to a point that we have to figure out to move forward. Out of 9 moms you're the only one that's the problem," Freeman said.

"I'm sorry, f-cking shoot me for being who I am," said Farrah. Freeman's response: "Right … difficult."

He then brought up the "adult activities" she was taking part in, specifically her webcam business. "You had said that you weren't going to continue to do the adult videos to us," he said. "The explicit nature, I think it has people concerned. It's the same type of behavior. You can choose to do whatever you want, nobody's here to cast judgment on anything, but if you choose to work in the adult industry, you can't continue to film your show for 'Teen Mom.'"

"This was a conversation that happened above me and without me and was given to me to bring to you," he continued. "It's basically a decision that we're asking you. You have had this critical role from '16 and Pregnant' all the way through this. Nobody's saying you can't do that stuff, it's just if you're gonna go down that path, you can't keep shooting this path."

After leaving her with that choice to make, Abraham later called Freeman to say she had made up her mind.

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"Honestly, webcams or adult entertainment or healthy sex lives or safe sex or all these things. All that stuff is more beneficial and I will always continue to do that if it's my own show, not on MTV anymore," she told him over the phone. "There are so many paths for me in my life. Hell, I'm only 26."

When Freeman said he wished her and her family all the best, Abraham ended the call saying, "Well then I will just have my lawyer contact you guys and I wish you guys all the best. Thank you, have a great night."

That was the last we saw of her, though MTV did show two tweets Farrah later sent, calling out the "deceitful horrible plotted contrived times on this show."

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