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Teen Mom

Farrah Abraham, former star of MTV’s “Teen Mom,” filed a $5 million lawsuit accusing Viacom of firing her in retaliation for complaining about “gender-stereotyping harassment” by an executive producer who ridiculed her decision to pursue opportunities in the adult entertainment industry.

AUSTIN, Texas – Farrah Abraham, former star of MTV’s “Teen Mom,” filed a $5 million lawsuit accusing Viacom of firing her in retaliation for complaining about “gender-stereotyping harassment” by an executive producer who ridiculed her decision to pursue opportunities in the adult entertainment industry.

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