Farrah Abraham Denies Alcohol Problem But Her Rehab Explanation Is Even More Insane!

farrah abrahamYou can put down your Bible and stop praying for Farrah Abraham and her addiction. The Teen Mom, though just kicked out of rehab for being out of control, doesn't have an "actual" alcohol problem. Or a problem with anything, really. She's perfect. The only reason Farrah went to rehab was so she could become a good role model to others. So, really, we all should spend some time in rehab at one point or another in our lives. It's for our own good and the betterment of humanity. Thanks for showing us the light, Farrah. To be honest with you, I would have never, in a million years, thought to check myself into rehab without having an actual problem. You're a trailblazer through and through.

Farrah cleared things up to OK! magazine, saying: "I wanted to improve myself even though I don’t have, like, an actual alcoholic issue -- I take being a role model seriously. It’s basically intense therapy, like analyzing your emotions, your life as a child, your teen years through who you are now, your relationships, and understanding how you show anger, sadness, guilt, shame, joy."

Soooo ... it's like regular therapy in a lot of ways? Except anybody can go to regular therapy. And you don't have to stay over, leaving your 4-year-old daughter. Wait, why didn't Farrah just go to regular therapy if she doesn't have an alcohol problem? And if she truly takes her "role modelness" seriously, why did she do anal porn? Just asking.

If Farrah does have a substance abuse problem, I genuinely hope she gets the help that she needs -- if anything, for the sake of her daughter. And if she doesn't, well, she's just weird. You don't check yourself into a rehab clinic solely for the purpose of bettering yourself. Do some yoga, for god's sake.

Do you think Farrah has a problem with alcohol, or do you think her rehab stint was just for publicity?

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Worki... WorkingMom8479

As long as websites keep "reporting" about her shenanigans, she'll be relevant. We need to make a conscious decision so that she will go away.


nonmember avatar J

That is a slap in the face to anyone who actually has a problem. She just made a mockery of rehab, no wonder they kicked her out. The people there who are truly struggling didn't need some entitled brat toting around that 'she didn't really have a problem' and looking down on them. Such a plublicity stunt. I feel sorry for anyone who actually looks up to her as a role model.

nonmember avatar Lila

She's an attention seeker. Teen Mom is over. No one wants to pay to know the in's and out's of their lives anymore. She needs to find a healthier source of income.

hexxuss hexxuss

WorkingMom - agreed!

nonmember avatar Bruce Epper

Does any celebrity ever do anything for anything execpt publicity or money? It is one of the best arguments to completely ridding society of all media rags (and blogs, etc) that center their content on the crap that is done by the rich and shameless.

laure... laurenemb

This is a girl who's response to the Trayvon Martin case was "I think I've met her, that name sounds familiar." She needs to become irrelevant yesterday.

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