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Teen Mom Farrah Abraham says Chrissy Teigen should be SUED for her 'abusive comments' after model called her a 'w***e'

FARRAH Abraham has not closed the book on her battle against Chrissy Teigen, as the reality star claimed the model should go to "court" for her "abusive commentary."

The Teen Mom OG star has spoken out against the Sports Illustrated model, who in 2013 called her a "w***e."

Farrah, 29, took to Instagram to slam Chrissy, 35, after last week's media storm over the model's internet "bullying."

Courtney Stodden, 26, outed the mother of two this past Thursday for bullying them a decade ago and telling them to go "kill themselves," starting a riot on social media.

After the news erupted, the blonde, who identifies as non-binary, shared a screenshot confirming that Chrissy had blocked them on Twitter, with the caption reading: "I accept her apology and forgive her.

"But the truth remains the same, I have never heard from her or her camp in private.



"In fact, she blocked me on Twitter. All of me wants to believe this is a sincere apology, but it feels like a public attempt to save her partnerships with Target and other brands who are realizing her 'wokeness' is a broken record."

Farrah, who previously shared tweets of Chrissy calling her a "w***e" in 2013, took to the comments section to share her own opinion on the Chrissy's Court star.

"I hope no more CHILDREN, pre-teens, Teens, and young woman are plagued by #chrissyteigen mental illness and abuse she is a serial predator I clearly see – a lot like in rape culture and clearly with a block to Courtney for no reason silencing her victims as it seems she did the same with her #pizzagate blocking and calling it a “conspiracy” and covering it with mental health," the mother of one ranted.

The Teen Mom alum went on to say that she has "no tolerance of sick mothers making a mockery out of mental health and hurting youth, teens and young woman."


"Chrissy Teigen is a repeat serial abusive offender we all are 'woke' as well. Chrissy court show is repulsive 🤢 especially after society striving and working so hard right now to have credible court systems to help those being taken advantage of in our failed criminal systems," Farrah scathed.

The MTV star claimed Chrissy's bullying has been "disturbing" and "just as desperate as she is."

"Chrissy herself should be in court for her own repeat abusive offenses and mental distress to her victims of her attacks effecting their mental health, careers, livelihoods," the Nebraska native slammed.

Farrah then compared Chrissy's harassment to "Jeffrey Epstein tactics", as she asserted that the model should "tell the 'good old boys club' I say hello and the sexist grooming, systemic spreading of rape culture, devaluing woman, silencing voices is going to be shut down."


After comparing the internet trolling to "rape culture" she urged "survivors to remember their "worth and value," and to rise above "abusive classless mother[s] who "succumbed to a very twisted and very wrong sexist male devaluing children , teens and woman generation."

"We all deserve a better world and I thank you all haters and supporters truly for making America Great again Happy 2021 and Happy Mental Health AWARENESS MONTH ❤️🙌 Peaceful on Purpose, positivity and light your way ☮️ FA," the TV personality closed.

In 2013, Farrah released a sex tape, which Chrissy roasted in a series of tweets at that time.


"Farrah Abraham now thinks she's pregnant from her sex tape," she wrote.

"In other news, you're a w***e" and everyone hates you, whoops not other news, sorry."

When the tweet resurfaced last week, Farrah called Chrissy "disturbing" and urged her to "get mental help".

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