Jenelle Evans took Farrah Abraham to task for allegedly having a fake boyfriend to be featured on VH1's reality TV show "Couples Therapy."
Evans, who formerly starred with Abraham on the MTV reality TV show "Teen Mom," took to Twitter to call out Abraham after the apparently phony ex-boyfriend, Brian Dawe, admitted the other week that their relationship was a fraud.
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"I'm not even going to watch #CouplesTherapy now that I found out Farrah staged it entirely once again," Evans tweeted on Jan. 1, US Magazine reported
. "#TiskTisk #FakeRelationship."
Evans is referring to the fact that on Thursday, Dawe acknowledged that his relationship with Abraham was not real in an interview with Starcasm.net
, claiming that he had in fact been hired by the former "Teen Mom" to be in a "pretend relationship."
"Farrah told me to lie to the network and tell them the relationship was real," Dawe said in the interview, which he subsequently posted to his Facebook page
. "I hesitated but reluctantly went along with it initially."
At the end of the day Dawe refused to participate in the arrangement and did not appear on VH1's "Couples Therapy" that premiered Jan. 2. According to Dawe, he informed the show's producers of his decision prior to the program's taping.
"I decided my morals and integrity were worth more than any amount of money," Dawe said. "I stepped out of the security line [at the airport] and made a life-changing decision to stand up for what I believe in and turn down the check I would be receiving for my appearance on this show."
Abraham appeared to acknowledge, yet not directly address Dawe's claims in a tweet last Wednesday in which she wrote, "[Expletive] loser boyfriends who use me! & can't face the truth!!" I can face the music. WATCH! NEW SEASON #4 of @VH1 @CouplesTherapyV."
Since making her debut in reality TV with "Teen Mom" in December 2009, Abraham has been a spokeswoman for a weight loss product and appeared in a pornographic film.
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