Teen Mom Farrah Abraham slammed as an 'ungrateful b***h' for 'already complaining' after filming new MTV spin-off

TEEN Mom Farrah Abraham was slammed by fans for appearing "ungrateful" in a tweet after filming began on her new MTV spin-off show.

Farrah, 30, took to Twitter on Friday to show her support for better working conditions for crew members in the entertainment industry.


The reality star brought to light the poor treatment of industry workers claiming that it's made her rethink continuing filming her show.

The tweet read: "I debate on coming back to work on set, I see people fatigued, lack of care, simple work ethics lack for every job description on a set lights, sound, producers, talent, security. Network executives & production owners fail to deliver on their promise & contracts."

The post comes after the International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees (IATSE), an organization that supports the behind-the-scenes workers in the industry, voiced their concerns to California lawmakers over studios opposing basic workers rights.

The union reportedly sent a letter to legislatures in New York saying that a strike could be on the horizon, shutting down a majority of the state's TV and film production industry.

Farrah included a hashtag of IATSE in her post, along with a hashtag supporting the Pro Act, which bans the agreements preventing employees from pursuing class action lawsuits and collective claims against their employers.

Along with the tweet, the ex Teen Mom star shared a screenshot of an Entertainment Weekly article promoting her new spin-off series, as well as a tweet from IATSE.

CRITICS' REACT

Fans weren't buying the star's good intentions, however, criticizing her for "already complaining" about her new gig.

The tweet circulated on Reddit where fans voiced their comments accusing her of "making this about herself."

One user wrote: "A point about this post I’d like to make is Farrah made this about herself!! As usual. 'I debate coming back to work.' We all know she’d crawl through fire to remain on television, secondly, she didn’t need to post the article about herself! She could have posted just the IASTE article and a quote of support."

A second echoed the statement writing: "I thought she was talking about the TM reunion but apparently she’s not. Farrah is only talking about this issue for attention for herself."

NOT HAPPY

Earlier this week, it was revealed that Farrah would be joining the spin-off series comprised of Teen Mom OG,  Teen Mom 2 and Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant stars.

However, not everyone was happy to see the star as her appearance was kept a secret by producers.

The reality star moms are all said to be staying together at a hotel in San Diego County and attending therapy.

“The producers didn’t tell the other cast that Farrah was coming because they wanted a big reaction,” a source told The Ashley's Reality Roundup.

"Everyone was absolutely pissed when they found out about Farrah. Words were said.

PHYSICAL FIGHT

"One of the ‘Teen Mom OG’ girls actually flipped some furniture in anger. Another girl threw something [toward Farrah] and it hit a different cast member on accident. It was complete chaos.”

The two people involved in the nasty brawl with Farrah were not the stars she has clashed with in the past, according to the outlet.

It is believed that Farrah was not injured in the fight – which comes just days after another confrontation on set between Ashley Jones, Briana DeJesus, her sister Brittany and Jade Cline,

Farrah – who is mom to 12-year-old daughter Sophia – was seen at the location for at least a short while after the fight, but has not been seen by the cast since, sources claimed.

An insider told The Ashley: “Everyone is mad, everything is super-unorganized and some of the cast feel really betrayed over them bringing Farrah in. This is turning into a disaster.” 

It comes four years after she was fired from MTV for working in the porn industry.



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