Farrah Abraham went against Viacom. The 26-year-old Teen Mom OG star has sued the company and seeks $5 million as she claimed that they “wrongfully terminated her employment because she did not conform to gender stereotypes,” multiple sources have confirmed.
In the documents obtained, the mother of 8-year-old daughter Sophia claims that Morgan J. Freeman, the show's executive producer, and his crew confronted her at her Texas home and “harassed, humiliated, ridiculed, discriminated against, disrespected, degraded and sex shamed” her for working in the adult entertainment industry.
Farrah Abraham Sues Viacom for $5 Million, Claiming That She Was ‘Sex-Shamed’
Farrah also said that Morgan threatened her to end her career with MTV and that she “feared for his life” because of his “hostile tone, mannerisms and body language.”
She said that after the conversation, she was told by the production that she is no longer needed for the show.
However, Viacom denied the claims releasing a statement to media.
We respect Farrah’s decision to pursue other endeavors and we wish her the best. Regarding her suit, the claims are without merit.
Abrahams started her MTV career in 2009 with her debut sitcom 16 & Pregnant and later landing in the first spinoff of the show, Teen Mom.
In 2013, the blond beauty released a sex tape with porn star James Deen.
The reality star later went on to appear on adult webcam shows and has endorsed sex toys.