Farrah Abraham is going after Viacom, the company that owns MTV, following her firing due to Farrah filming pornographic content. In a statement to Us Weekly, the reality star stated she is suing the organization because they terminated her employment due to “not conforming to gender stereotypes.”
In a report from The Blast, the mother of the 8-year-old Sophia claims Morgan J Freeman and the rest of the cast and crew went to her home in Texas and “harassed, humiliated, discriminated against, disrespected, ridiculed, degraded, and sex-shamed” her.
In further detail, Abraham participated in a pornographic film along with James Dean in a production created by the company, Vivid.
I stand up for what is right so we all can be treated better and have a better world, if you want to continue this bad cycle then stay away from me & my family. Start treating people better being racist, sexist, hate crimes, discriminatory, sexual harassment it’s awful and stop impacting generations with the hateful culture it’s wrong & will always be wrong #illegal
Abraham also claims Freeman harassed her to the point of making her feel threatened within an inch of her life. It was his alleged “hostile tone” and way of communicating which made her feel unsafe.
After the supposed incident, the production executives told her they would no longer need her services on the show. As for the organization’s response, in a statement released to Us Weekly, Viacom vehemently denied the charges.
A spokesperson speaking on behalf of the enterprise stated they support her and “wish her all the best” while partaking in other endeavors. However, the charges of the suit are “without merit.”
Abraham began her career on MTV back in 2009 while appearing on 16 & Pregnant and went on to land a prime spot on the spinoff, Teen Mom. In 2013, Farrah began to endorse pornographic material and sex toys, obviously against MTV’s policy.
In November of 2017, Farrah said the company illegally let her go because of things she chose to do in private. Moreover, in a surprising turn of events last year, the reality star appeared to backtrack on her story and claimed Freeman was lying about the termination of her employment.