The world might think Farrah Abraham is full of it, but she’s calling out her supposed boyfriend Brian Dawe and says he’s the one who’s lying, not her. Hey, anything is possible, right?
The former “Teen Mom” added an extra twist to “Couples Therapy” when she showed up to the relationship show without a significant other. Dawe went on the record and said that was because their relationship was fake and he felt it would be wrong to go on “Couples Therapy” with her. Abraham has denied his claim and said he suffered a mental breakdown.
“A lot of people fabricate things to make more drama for the show, maybe more drama to dis me,” Abraham told Radar Online Tuesday. “I am no part of those lies. I’m not part of that gossip.”
She insisted to the gossip site that she believed Dawe would eventually come to her side on the VH1 reality show. “I was told repeatedly, ‘We want Brian to show up,’ ‘We’re trying to get him to come here,’ and ‘He had a mental breakdown and maybe he would show up later,’” Abraham said. “But as time progressed it was like, ‘He’s really not showing up.’”
Even though it was humiliating for her when Dawe was a no-show, Abraham said it helped her address the core of her relationship issues. “What I’ve learned was money and a lot of things that I have the opportunities to do. Lots of men that I date cannot handle that and they have a lot of insecurities,” she said. “So I tend to choose people who are very insecure because when I was younger, I was very insecure and I relate to that.”
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Maria Vultaggio is a reporter for the Continuous News Desk (CND), where she covers trending topics and breaking news for the International Business Times....