Farrah Abraham vows to make the adult entertainment industry 'safer for women like Stormy Daniels'

Farrah believes she is doing a lot of work and is a global brand that stands up to improve the adult entertainment industry so that women like Stormy Daniels feel safer.


                            Farrah Abraham vows to make the adult entertainment industry 'safer for women like Stormy Daniels'

Farrah Abraham has no regrets about entering the adult entertainment industry but it looks like her 'Teen Mom' co-stars have their opinions on the same. Talking to TooFab, Farrah stated that she was happy about the decision she made and that she "last helped an adult charity for women's voices and was not fired [by MTV] legally." In a statement issued by the reality star, it states that ever since she has made the announcement of pursuing her career in the adult industry, MTV or her co-stars have not been supportive. "The bullying and losing of Farrah's brand by MTV talent who continues to have jealousy attacks towards her are pathetic," the statement continued. 

Farrah says she has no regrets to join the adult entertainment industry  (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for MTV)
Farrah says she has no regrets to join the adult entertainment industry  (Photo by Alberto E. Rodriguez/Getty Images for MTV)

The statement further noted, "Farrah is the one out of all the cast who is still and always be the star of the show, the show is over with all of the unsafe production around kids. Farrah has a global brand that stands up to improve the adult entertainment industry, so it's safer for women like Stormy Daniels." Farrah went on to file a case against Viacom as she claimed that she was fired from the show because of her decision to work in the industry. 

She won the suit for $5 million and is proud that she fought for what she believes was right. "I commend Farrah for winning a lawsuit and settling with Viacom for their wrongdoing toward a female. #TimesUp #MeToo," the statement continued. "Farrah wants nothing to do with a hateful losing culture that wants to hurt women and teen moms & 'Teen Mom' is on the verge of being canceled without Farrah. Farrah's brand grew bigger than 'Teen Mom' and is working on her own scripted web series showing Teen Mom life as it should be, not how ugly MTV's 'Teen Mom' is now."

Farrah says she wants to make the industry safer for people like Stormy (Photo by John Phillips/Getty Images)
Farrah says she wants to make the industry safer for people like Stormy (Photo by John Phillips/Getty Images)

This comes after co-stars, Tyler Baltierra and Catelynn Lowell took to 'The Dr. Oz Show', to share their own personal insights regarding the incident. When Tyler was asked about Farrah, he said that "she wasn't a nice person to be around." One of the fans asked the pair about their thoughts on Farrah exiting the show. 

Replying diplomatically, Catelynn said: "I think if it's going against what MTV believes in and that's what they feel like they had to do, then that's what they feel like they had to do. We have no choice in it or are a part of it." However, Tyler was quick to come to the point and did not see why he should beat around the bush with his opinion. 

"I think it's great. I think it's awesome," he shared. "The way she decided to live, her lifestyle, it just doesn't really mesh with the rest of the cast and what we're trying to educate [people] about, it just doesn't work. It doesn't work very well together. And she's not a very nice person to be around."