So first you have to actually believe that Farrah Abraham or her mom actually had $250,000 to throw around. Then if you believe that you have to remember this is Farrah Abraham who has never told the truth in her life.
In today's laughable Farrah story, she is accusing her mom Debra Danielson of getting wrapped up in some international online dating scheme that depleted her of a quarter million dollars.
In a deleted scene from a past episode of Couples Therapy (but available on the VH1 website) Farrah is seen concocting a crazy story about her mom to Taylor Armstrong and asking for advice.
Oh man could these two compare notes…
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Per Farrah, as transcribed by Starcasm, “My mom was telling me, ‘A person I’m dating and who I was also a business partner with ended up dying in Malaysia…’ She was under the impression yeah that they were like going to be engaged and married when he got back from Asia. Then she signs a partnership agreement for like an oil development deal. So she like sends him 250 something thousand dollars… Did you ever meet him mom? ‘No.’ Never f**king met him!”
"I feel like I make some f–ked up choices too," Farrah whines in the understatement of the century, "But I'm like, 'Mooooom – you're in some deep s#*t right now!'" Like mother, like daughter!
The funniest part of the clip is how Taylor is just eaaating up Farrah asking her for advice and acting like she's important. And in response how Farrah is practically glowing that John Bluher and Taylor are buying her story and playing the 'Poor unsupported Farrah' card.
Neither Farrah, the oh-so-professional Dr. Jenn, nor Farrah's parents have commented on this allegation. Maybe there are so many Farrah lies to combat this one just gets moved to the bottom of the pile? Or maybe Debra is dumb enough to wire all her hard-earned Teen Mom money to Malaysia?
Speaking of deep s#*! – Farrah has her own to worry about courtesy of Vivid, you know that company she was never hired to do porn for…
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