‘Teen Mom’ Stars Catelynn Lowell And Farrah Abraham Feuding Over Twitter Comments

Catelynn Lowell was NOT happy when former "Teen Mom" co-star Farrah Abraham blasted her for being pregnant again. We told you Abraham was fired upon news of a reunion season, as the fellow mothers felt she was a bad influence.

"I wish them all the best, but it does make me very sad to still see them make poor choices," the sex tape star said. "If I did want to have a family, I would feel secure in showing my family as much love as possible. I bought my own house, I'm starting my own company, I'm doing other things and really just showing that I'm a stable, reliable, great parent. I take that very seriously every day and it's no joke."

"So I hope that with others, who are getting to be pregnant with their second child, that they have a home, that they have a stable financial situation and that they have a supportive family," she continued.

Lowell, whose baby's father is Tyler Baltierra, fired back on twitter, writing, "Huh bad choices?!? Hahaha I didn't make a so called 'sex tape' but WE make the bad choices? Seriously [Farrah's] comments made my night!" 

Abraham's latest venture entails writing a Christian parenting book, which is ironic due to her adult video tapes and toy line.

She told In Touch she found spirituality on her troubled journey through life. Her daughter Sophia's father was killed in a car accident before the baby was born, and in March Abraham was arrested for DUI and had to go to rehab. She feels she will be able to share the spiritual aspect with others.

"If I could say that through a type of Christian parenting book, I think that's something that wouldn't hurt them, it would help them and their children," Abraham told the mag.

"It would give them a kind of support and guide to use throughout their journey in life together and I would just be happy to share that."

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