Farrah Abraham is over the "jealousy attacks" from some of her former "Teen Mom OG" co-stars, and is talking in the third person to fire back.
The reality star came out swinging in a new statement to TooFab, after both Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra were asked how they felt about MTV forcing Abraham to choose between work in the adult entertainment industry and being on the MTV series. Baltierra told Dr. Oz he thought it was "great" and "awesome," while Lowell gave the show's executive producer "huge kudos" for confronting Abraham.
Farrah -- who at that point had appeared in a couple Vivid films, adult webcam shows and made strip club appearances -- quit the show at the time. She then sued Viacom, MTV's parent company, for $5 million before they settled out of court.
Claiming she doesn't have "an adult entertainment career" now, Abraham told TooFab that she "last helped an adult charity for women's voices and was not fired [by MTV] legally."
"The bullying and losing of Farrah's brand by MTV talent who continues to have jealousy attacks towards her are pathetic," she continued in her statement, before calling out Baltierra for going to a strip club himself on one episode of the series.
"Farrah is the one out of all the cast who is still and always be the star of the show, the show is over with all of the unsafe production around kids," Abraham then alleged. "Farrah has a global brand that stands up to improve the adult entertainment industry, so it's safer for women like Stormy Daniels."
"I commend Farrah for winning a lawsuit and settling with Viacom for their wrongdoing toward a female. #TimesUp #MeToo," she continued. "Farrah wants nothing to do with a hateful losing culture that wants to hurt women and teen moms & 'Teen Mom' is on the verge of being cancelled without Farrah. Farrah's brand grew bigger then 'Teen Mom' and is working on her own scripted web series showing Teen Mom life as it should be, not how ugly MTV's 'Teen Mom' is now."
On today's "Dr. Oz," Baltierra said, "The way she decided to live, her lifestyle, it just doesn't really mesh with the rest of the cast and what we're trying to educate about, it just doesn't work. It doesn't work very well together. She's not a really nice person to be around."
"We had a lot of admiration and respect for how our production company handled it," he added. "It was a good way to get it heard and do that they did."