Catelynn Lowell Responds to Farrah Abraham's Accusations: 'I'm a Real Role Model'

"Teen Mom" stars Catelynn Lowell and Farrah Abraham are engaged in a battle of words yet again, with Lowell responding to Abraham's latest claim that she wants to be a good role model for all teen mothers.

"I say someone does a poll who's a better role model? Huh, I think I win. LOL," Lowell tweeted. "I'm a real role model. How is porn gonna make girls do good? Go ahead, call me on my weight issues. When you see me next time I'll look way hotter than you, so get a life! Role model my a--."

Lowell responded to Abraham's tweet stating that she is "trying to be a role model for the other Teen Moms."

"I try not to knock them down. I try to better them… Catelynn has a weight issue, but I don't say harsh things about her to hurt her self-esteem," Abraham said. She initially tweeted those words in response to a comment Lowell made about Abraham's adult video.

The feud took off from there, and many fans of the series are picking sides in the battle. The young women could not be any more different if they tried. In the first place, Abraham kept her daughter, Sophia, while Lowell and boyfriend Tyler Baltierra decided to give their daughter up for adoption.

Lowell and Baltierra still have contact with their daughter and have a good relationship with their daughter's adoptive parents. They are both going to college and are planning to get married in July. They have been in a stable relationship since high school, while Abraham has not had a serious relationship since the death of her boyfriend and baby's father, Derek Underwood.

This is not the first time that Abraham has engaged in a battle with a fellow "Teen Mom" star. She has also exchanged words with Jenelle Evans, calling her a bad mother and slamming her for giving custody of her son to her mother, Barbara.

Abraham said most recently that she wants nothing more to do with the "Teen Mom" series that gave her a start in the entertainment industry.