Why CPS almost took Farrah Abraham’s daughter
Former Teen Mom OG star Farrah Abraham has released a new book in which she reveals that child welfare services almost took her daughter, Sophia. The book is a revealing account of stories from Abraham’s past, titled Dream Twenties: Self-Guided Self-Help Memory. At one point, she discusses a terrifying incident in 2010 in which she called the police on her mother and things quickly escalated.
âI was kicked out of my home after calling the police for domestic violence, but the police pulled out a gun and said he was going to shoot my mother by pointing her finger at her head, but my mother had two. kitchen knives in my hands, and I was bleeding when I had to convince them both to calm down, “Abraham writes, by The sun. “The cycle of trauma and violence would not continue or someone was literally [going] die because of a call to end the violence. “Abraham was 18 at the time of the incident and claims the arrest led her to” be threatened by the CPS to take my child because of the actions dangerous for the elderly “.
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– FARRAH ABRAHAM (@ F1abraham) June 22, 2021
Abraham has written a lot lately. In addition to her book, she published an essay in response to Chrissy Teigen’s apology for harassment. Abraham had accused the cookbook author of bullying online, alongside others, after Teigen wrote a lengthy apology statement, Abraham fired back with his own opinion. “While you are wondering ‘has Chrissy ever apologized to Farrah’, hypocritically as such at that point, no,” Abraham said.
âAs a reminder, Chrissy ended her light-hearted message, similar to her past remarks in taking care of her family and herself,â Abraham added. “So I understand how long it will take to really get past his past behavior.” Teigen’s bullying first resurfaced in May, during an interview that the Daily beast directed with Courtney Stodden.
The reality TV star, who identifies as non-binary, explained that Teigen publicly bullied them when they were teenagers and that Teigen also sent them cruel private messages. “[Teigen] wouldn’t just tweet publicly about wanting me to ‘take a nap’ but privately tell me to kill myself, âStodden said. âThings like, ‘I can’t wait for you to die. “” They added.