Teen Mom Farrah Abraham's mom Debra Danielsen claims star is 'selling her soul' by charging $100 for jars of her poop

FARRAH Abraham's mom Debra Danielsen claimed the star is "selling her soul" by charging for jars of her poop.

The Teen Mom alum announced her new business venture earlier this year calling them "blessings in a jar."


Her mother isn't completely sold on the $100 price tag saying her daughter is "better than that."

In an interview with The Ashley, Debra detailed her thoughts about Farrah's new product revealing she doesn't support the endeavor.

"I worked with some of the most prominent people on the planet when I was an executive.

"I advocated higher education to my daughters, do you think there was any time I would ever suggest she get to that level of human depravity?," she told the outlet, which was shared by the fan page Teen Mom Chatter.

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She also explained that she found out about her daughter's product via her husband Dr. David Merz to avoid being blind sighted in future interviews.

"David told me about it. I had no idea. I'm sitting there and he's telling me this and I'm like, 'What?.'

"He came to me and told me about it, trying to protect me so that when I go into a room and someone throws this [topic] at me, I'm not blown out of the water.

"It hurts me deeply because I know my daughter deep down inside is better than that.

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"I have no idea how to pull her back."

Debra also theorized that an "enemy" of Farrah's coaxed her into the idea, as well as her adult videos and photos.

"Somebody who is [her] enemy got on OnlyFans and said 'I'll give you 1000 bucks if you s**t in a vile.'

"She thinks it's a great idea and a great way to earn money, not realizing she was set up."

Some of the TV star's fans, however, think the idea came from 90 Day Fiancé star Stephanie Matto who recently revealed in a TikTok video that she had been making $70,000 a week by selling her farts in jars to strangers.

Stephanie took to Instagram and announced that she had decided to put her farts on the market “due to popular demand”. 

She bottled up her flatulence in a glass mason jar, sealed the top shut, and then mailed the package out to her supporters for a high fee.

Stephanie explained in an interview with Buzzfeed: "I thought farts were super niche, but also something fun, quirky, and different. It's almost like a novelty item!"

SEX TAPE

Debra continued to voice her concerns over her daughter's behavior by mentioning her disapproval over her 2013 sex tape titled Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom.

"All I know is that I'm really sad and disappointed that I heard about all of this, and these movies, and it affects me and [Farrah's daughter] Sophia negatively.

"People come after us and say horrible things."

Farrah was fired from Teen Mom for appearing on CamSoda, a live-streaming webcam platform.

In August of 2020, it came to light that Farrah was selling highly explicit content on her OnlyFans account, including both "doggy style" and "golden shower" videos for $100.

Last month, her father Michael praised his daughter for the sex tape, calling the X-Rated video an "accomplishment."

He also boasted that it made more than Kim Kardashian and Paris Hilton's past sex tapes while defending Farrah from online trolls.

LEGAL TROUBLES

But Debra made it clear she's not supportive of Farrah's actions, especially her January arrest where she was detained at a venue in Los Angeles.

The ex reality star got into an altercation with security personnel at Grandmaster Records.

An eyewitness told TMZ that Farrah was reportedly asked to leave the venue after another individual allegedly assaulted the TV personality and her friend.

Farrah refused to walk away as tensions escalated.

The situation intensified when the MTV mom grew aggressive and paramedics arrived at the scene.

Police were eventually called in for backup, which lead to Farrah's arrest.

The mom-of-one was then released shortly after.

The next day, Farrah shared a video of herself on the ground in the midst of the scuffle.

A security guard seemed to be holding her arms back while pushing her leg down.

Although Farrah claimed she was unfairly detained and assaulted by security, Debra doesn't believe she's the "victim."

"Here she is lying out on the sidewalk drunk and slurring her words and acting so depraved.

"She's a victim? No. Grow up, say, 'I have a problem and I need to fix myself.'"

She continued: "Mental health and wellbeing are really important to protect yourself from all of these evil things that come across your path.

"Obviously, I don't think she understands that people are trying to hurt her, and she doesn't believe in herself."

'I'M NOT ANYTHING LIKE THAT'

Debra then went on to blame her daughter's negative media attention on her own lack of opportunities.

"People think I'm like Farrah. No, I'm not anything like that…. I've gone to school and achieved so many things, made history, and it's all destroyed when you have one person running around doing weird s**t.

"People came to me and said 'you need to make it clear that you don't support this kind of behavior.'

"I don't want to speak against my own family, but if somebody is not talking to somebody and you can't get through to somebody, you have to say something publicly."

Debra, 64, and Farrah, 30, have been estranged since May 2021.

"This behavior is not anything I ever taught my child; God is sitting up there and going, 'Oh this isn't good.'

She also explained how her daughter's antics have reflected on her career, believing Farrah's the reasons she's been turned down for numerous TV roles.

"Farrah gets into an altercation on Celebrity Big Brother and now it's like, 'We don't want to bring Farrah's mom in here because she would be like that, too…

"People look at the world the way MTV framed it up [on Teen Mom] and take it as the truth and it really isn't."

Farrah starred on Teen Mom OG from it's inception until her firing in 2013.

She is mom to 13-year-old daughter Sophia.




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