Their reality show may be over, but that hasn't stopped Jenelle Evans and Farrah Abraham from feuding. Evans recently voiced her disappointment and slammed Abraham for appearing on "Couples Therapy" after news broke that she tried to get on the show via a fake relationship. And "fake boyfriend" Brian Dawe has released a threatening letter from VH1, adding even more fuel to the fire of Abraham's appearance.
"I'm not even going to watch #CouplesTherapy now that I found out Farrah staged it entirely once again. #TiskTisk #Fake Relationship," Evans tweeted.
Abraham has not responded to Evans' tweet but did take the time to fire off an angry tweet to her supposed fake boyfriend, Brian Dawe. He told Starcasm that he simply couldn't go through with the scheme and decided to drop out of the show even though it cost him good money and a boost to his publicity.
"[Expletive] loser boyfriends who use me! & can't face the truth!! I can face the music WATCH!! NEW SEASON of @VH1 @CouplesTherapyV @DrJennQuote," Abraham tweeted.
Now, Radar Online has obtained what it claims are documents showing that the producers of VH1's "Couples Therapy" threatened Dawe if he failed to appear on the show.
"Our client, Irwin, relied on repeated representations made by both yourself and your manager that you and Farrah Abraham were in a relationship and you desired bto participate in the series," a lawyer from the firm Rowan & Maron, which represents Irwin Entertainment, wrote to Dawe.
"Be advised that Irwin reserves the right to pursue any and all claims for damages incurred by Irwin and/or Viacom Media Networks (VH1) due to any misrepresentation and/or fraud on your part regarding your intent to participate in the series and/or your relationship with Farrah Abraham," the letter continued.
"Notwithstanding the foregoing, you may cure your current breach of the Agreement by reporting to the set to render on-camera services on the series no later than October 29, 2013," it concluded.
Dawe said he could not participate in the series because it would "further exploit" Abraham and he cared too much to let that happen, regardless of what it might mean for him.
"I felt a huge amount of guilt agreeing to live out these lies on national television," Dawe told Radar in an interview, "as I am not a person to lie or be dishonest."