This is far from over. Amber Portwood and Farrah Abraham are still fighting via social media after their epic Teen Mom OG reunion fight aired on Monday, December 5.
Hours after the explosive TMOG season 6 finale special, Portwood shared an image on Instagram that read, “That is pure bulls–t.” She accompanied the post with a lengthy caption, elaborating on the brawl that occurred among herself, fiancé Matt Baier and Abraham’s father, Michael.
“So they cut out Michael literally screaming in my face calling me a bitch and him putting his hands on Matt’s neck!!” Portwood recalled. “After 8 years this is so disrespectful..I’ve worked too hard on myself to take this kind of disrespect.”
She added on Twitter: “If I was going out there to hit her than I would have. Just wanted her to say it to my face and of course she didn’t…let’s be honest.”
As viewers saw on the second part of the dramatic TMOG reunion, Portwood stormed on stage and launched into an expletive-filled verbal tirade against Abraham after the budding entrepreneur suggested that the Never Too Late author’s fiancé, Baier, looked like a “pedophile.”
Both Baier and Abraham’s dad, Michael, jumped on stage as well. The two men made physical blows at one another in defense of their loved ones. Portwood also swung at Abraham. Security quickly intervened and Portwood, Baier and Michael were removed from the set as Abraham remained relatively unfazed by the violent incident.
Once things calmed down, the Farrah Superstar: Back Door Teen Mom star told host Dr. Drew Pinsky that she didn’t take Portwood’s attack personally, as she feels the same sort of bad blood with her other TMOG costars Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout.
In response to the drama, Abraham referred to Portwood (who was once her lone defender against the other cast members), Bookout and Lowell as the “3 stooges” in a heated tweet on Monday night.
“I’d be embarrassed if I was like the 3 stooges but instead they all wish they could be me,” she wrote. “Maybe one day. #growup #TeamFarrah.”
“Byeeee Criminal couple learn how to act in public …. horrible example,” the My Teenage Dream Ended author said in a subsequent tweet. “#failedatlife @mtv maybe they need a teen mom special too.”
Despite her fight with Abraham, Portwood shared a message of love with her Twitter followers on Monday night. “Well this was a interesting night…” she wrote. “Always sending love not hate because you never know what hate can bring your way.”
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