Farrah Abraham Fired From ‘Teen Mom’

Looks like the cast mates got their wish! MTV decided to cut Farrah Abraham from a "Teen Mom" reboot, much to the likes of Amber Portwood, Maci Bookout, and Catelynn Lowell.

Her wild, erotic behavior isolated her from the rest of the group and the mothers feel she is a bad example for their kids.

It has been two years since the cast signed off on the series, and when asked about a potential new season, the three would only comply if Abraham was out of the picture. The network "willingly cut her" out of the series.

"MTV agreed," a source told Us Weekly. "They feel she set a bad example and doesn't represent the network well."

It appears that Abraham, who recently starred on VH1's "Couples Therapy," is fine with not returning for the upcoming "Teen Mom" season.

"I shared my ‘Teen Mom' struggles with you all, I've exceeded my expectations & now I've become an amazing person & want 2 be who I really am," she tweeted Tuesday.

She also told the mag how she really feels about her co-stars.

"Truthfully, I was never friends with any of them," she revealed in April. "Personally, I like to keep my life separate. We came in the project separate, and I think its best we keep our lives separate."

Abraham is currently writing an erotic trilogy and has starred in two sex tapes, released by Vivid Entertainment. In March she dropped a new single and music video entitled "Blowin'."

E! News points out the former MTV star was arrested in 2013 for DUI. She was sentenced to six months of probation and issued a $500 fine.

"Think about the original premise of the show, it was to help young girls make the right decisions about sex and relationships and not get pregnant," an insider told the network. "Look at what she's done since the show. She doesn't belong on it."

Are you happy Abraham won't be returning? Did MTV make the right choice? Let us know your thoughts in the comments section below!

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