According to production sources who worked with Farrah, she had issues with her behaviour that made her challenging to work with. As such, she’s reportedly not welcome back to the new season that recently started filming. Instead, Farrah is spending her time homeschooling daughter Sophia, working on her new restaurant idea, and releasing a string of books and adult toys.
Farrah says of the reunion season, “I don’t think it will be as great without me. I personally won’t be watching.”
She adds, she doesn’t need the money and feels the other mothers probably do. “Some of the moms on the show still need that,” she said of the paycheck. “Fortunately for me, I have other ways of making money. I can’t keep doing the same things year after year.”
Farrah denies reports that Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout didn’t want her to return.
“No one ever said they wished I would not be back,” insisted Farrah, who recently made peace with Catelynn at the Couples Therapy reunion after a months-long Twitter feud about each others’ choices and parenting.
Previously, Farrah appeared on VH1 Couples Therapy, alone (after one alleged hired boyfriend backed out, and a different alleged hired boyfriend from the year prior reneged in a failed attempt to get on the show).
Prior to that, Farrah landed her own reality show, not attached to the Teen Mom franchise. However, there were issues with production and the show was pulled.