"Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham has reportedly moved out of her parents' home after getting into an intense argument over the intimate tape she made with James Deen. Reporters photographed Abraham with a U-Haul, moving her things out of the home.
"After meeting with my counselor today, I've packed up everything and I'm not talking to my mom anymore. My mother will never be a good mother to me, and it is too hurtful to deal with, let alone have my daughter Sophia around it," Abraham told TMZ.
Abraham has always had a tumultuous relationship with her parents, as viewers of "Teen Mom" well know. There were many disagreements between Farrah and her mother. When news of the intimate tape broke, Farrah's mother, Debra, denied the news and said that her daughter would not do such a thing because of her religious upbringing.
Farrah's father, Michael, also spoke about the religious implications of his daughter's actions, though he was a bit more forgiving than Debra.
"I am a man of very strong faith and I have been taught about forgiveness," Michael told Radar Online. "Farrah, like everyone else on this planet, is subject to sin. If something like [the video] came out, I may not like it, but the bottom line is that I love my daughter. For me, the bottom line is this– my job is to teach both of them forgiveness and acceptance and what love is."
In 2010, Debra was arrested on suspicion of domestic abuse and assault against Farrah; she was ordered to undergo anger management counseling. Both have worked on their relationship issues and attended therapy together, yet it appeared as though things were getting better between the two.
No one knows where Farrah is moving to, though she is most definitely taking daughter Sophia with her. Farrah has been a single mother ever since her boyfriend passed away before Sophia was born.