"When you live with someone, you have babies with them, getting restraining orders are not likely."
Farrah thinks her fellow "Teen Mom" alum is wasting her time taking her estranged husband David Eason to court.
"I mean, the last time I saw them they were together," Farrah said while in LA on Thursday. "If there is abuse in those things there are helplines for women, there are many other things that is for that," she advised.
But as for permanently having Eason removed from her life, she is facing an uphill battle.
"I think that the whole situation is tricky because when you live with someone, you have babies with them, getting restraining orders are not likely," she proclaimed.
"I just know that from getting restraining orders on exes... and I don't even have babies with them. It's just relationships."
Last week a judge granted Jenelle a temporary restraining order after she claimed "because of his recent threats, his history of violence, his erratic behavior and his large stockpile of weapons, I am scared for my life and my children's well-being."
She claimed her ex physically and verbally abused her, and highlighted his reported shooting and killing the family dog, an incident which saw her fired from "Teen Mom 2" and Child Protective Services take custody of her youngest son and daughter.
The temporary order grants Jenelle custody of the kids and mandates David have no contact with them or post about Jenelle on the internet.
A court hearing later this month will decide which measures are permanent.
Although Farrah and Jenelle ascended from different seasons of Teen Mom, there had long been tension between them.
Farrah previously called Jenelle a bad mom, while Jenelle labeled Farrah a prostitute.
However, any beef between them appeared to be quashed when Farrah turned up for Jenelle's make-up launch in September.
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