Amber Portwood Attacks Teen Mom Costar Farrah Abraham: My 6-Year-Old Should Not Be on the Cover of a Book About Drugs and Sex

Amber Portwood and Farrah Abraham
Amber Portwood and Farrah Abraham are currently feuding on Twitter about putting children on book covers. Courtesy of MTV/Michele Crowe

Not exactly a united cast. It's no secret that the other ladies of Teen Mom OG aren't exactly thrilled that original member Farrah Abraham has returned to the reality show. But some of the feuds that will be featured on the show when it premieres on March 23 are bubbling over the surface on Twitter. 

On Wednesday, March 4, the adult film star, 23, tweeted, "Look@ covers as you collect them #ActionsSpeakLouder why aren't there more children on the covers #TrueStory @Mtv," adding a copy of her book My Teenage Dream Ended with her daughter Sophia featured on the cover. 

This didn't sit well with her costar Amber Portwood, who replied, "@F1abraham @MTV what does this mean????? I did it out of respect for my 6 year old who shouldn't be on the cover of a book talking about drugs and sex..love not hate." 

Portwood's book, Never Too Late, was released in August 2014 and features only her on the cover. 

In May 2012, Portwood entered a five-year prison sentence to help with an on-going substance abuse problem. She left her daughter Leah in the care of her ex Gary Shirley. She was released early in November 2013 and has since been working hard on sobriety and caring for Leah. Never Too Late is her memoir about the painful experiences she's endured over the past few years. 

Abraham has yet to respond to Portwood's claims. Tell Us: Do you think Amber was right to get upset?

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