MTV is bringing together the "Teen Mom" franchise stars, and Farrah Abraham is one of those making a big return following her four-year hiatus from the reality show.
A source close to production told People that Farrah Abraham signed on to a new MTV spinoff series that will unite cast members from "Teen Mom OG, Teen Mom 2, and Teen Mom: Young & Pregnant."
The upcoming anticipated series will reunite the stars at a resort, where they will be cooped up under one roof for a certain period.
Abraham has already been spotted filming in an undisclosed location in California earlier this week in an exclusive picture obtained by the outlet. However, the premiere date for the show is still unclear.
The 30-year-old was last featured on “Teen Mom” in 2017. Sometime during that period, Abraham sued MTV’s parent company Viacom for $5 million.
She claimed that she was fired from “Teen Mom OG” only because she decided to work in the adult entertainment industry, court documents obtained by The Blast stated at the time.
A Viacom spokesperson told People at the time that the company respected Abraham’s choice to do whatever she wanted and that they wished her well, adding:
“Regarding her suit, the claims are without merit.”
Abraham later retracted her statement, clarifying that the company did not terminate her contract. She even settled with Viacom in 2018.
Nonetheless, she returns to the show alongside other stars, including Leah Messer, Amber Portwood, Maci Bookout, Jade Cline, Briana and Brittany DeJesus, and Ashley Jones.
Before Abraham arrived at the retreat, there had already been drama brewing between “Teen Mom 2” stars involving Cline, Jones, and the DeJesus sisters.
Jones and Cline already have a feud that dates back to their "Young & Pregnant" days, while the DeJesus siblings are in a good space with Cline.
BEING A REPRESENTATIVE
Meanwhile, Abraham has claimed that her costars have asked her to represent them after burning her Harvard sweater. She previously spoke out about studying law in an interview with TMZ.
While at an event in Beverly Hills, she shared that she thought of having her own office while claiming her friends from the show kept asking her if she could represent them. She added that she feels fortunate to work with many public figures.