Farrah Abraham: I’d Totally Mess with My Daughter’s Face, But It’s Illegal!
How is Farrah Abraham so awful?
Does she try? She has to try, right?
Maybe she keeps a little diary in which she jots down any ideas she has about terrible things she can do that will get her some attention, that’s a possibility.
Or perhaps she’s smarter than we think she is, and she pretends to be completely incapable of using words as yet another way to get people to talk about her.
Let’s hope that one of those is the case, because if not, if she really is just that bad … well, there’s only so much faith we can lose in humanity, you know?
There are countless examples of Farrah’s revolting ways, but this week alone, she’s really outdone herself.
To start, she was officially charged with battery after that incident last month in which she got violent with a security guard at a hotel in Beverly Hills.
She was also charged with resisting arrest, because apparently you can’t tell police officers to go f-ck themselves without facing some consequences.
After that, she uploaded a video on Facebook in which she was heard trying to convince her poor daughter, Sophia, that it would be a funny prank to tell someone that her dog had died.
And then, just a day later, her dog actually died.
While that’s very sad, of course Farrah had to make it weird by filming a video of herself crying with Sophia over the dog’s body and uploading it to Instagram.
She made it even weirder by taking the dog’s remains to a taxidermist, and calling paparazzi so cameras would be around to catch that bizarre moment.
Like we said, she’s outdone herself this week.
And now, thanks to a new interview, she’s managed to make things even worse.
During the interview, Farrah brought up the topic of altering Sophia’s appearance — Sophia is nine years old, in case you’d forgotten.
“The only thing that Sophia has mentioned that she wanted was cosmetic dentistry, like I have,” she said.
Yep, Sophia, who likely still has some baby teeth, wants veneers, just like her mama!
She was asked about how old Sophia would have to be before she considered getting the veneers, and it really sounds like it it were up to Farrah, she’d already have them.
“It’s not really my eyes,” she explained, “it’s like health codes and what’s legal.”
“The law for that in Texas, where we move back and forth through, is I believe 16 for her to have her cosmetic dentistry done to her teeth.”
It’s interesting, because she could have very easily given an answer along the lines of “she can get them herself as soon as she turns 18.”
You know, a normal answer.
Instead, she admitted that she’s looked up the laws about getting cosmetic procedures done on a child.
And that’s … well, that’s something else.
Sophia was actually there during the interview, and she was asked if she wanted to be just like her mom when she grows up.
“Sophia’s gonna be better than her mom!” Farrah answered.
“Better than my mom,” Sophia echoed.
Thank goodness for that.
It’s just so alarming that Farrah actually seems to have thought about getting her daughter veneers — and possibly other procedures, considering that she said veneers were “the only thing” Sophia’s expressed interest in so far.
Then again, it really shouldn’t be. After all, this is the girl who tried waxing her daughter’s eyebrows when she was three years old
Later in the interview, Farrah was asked about the current state of her relationship with her mother, Debra Danielsen.
“You know what, we have the best relationship,” she answered. “I keep it comfortable with us for our safety and positivity.”
“My mom’s in her own space, and I am in mine, and it’s great.”
She also had one thing to say about her departure from Teen Mom OG — “Thank God.”
However, it sounds like she’s on the lookout for another reality show to take her own.
“I think reality TV loves me,” she said, “I always willl love reality TV.”
Bless her immodest little heart, she added “I’m so well-known and so great in that, but I also know after 10 years of doing something, it’s just natural progression to keep growing — producing, directing, screenwriting, filming.”
“I just want progression.”
If she wants progression in her career, why wouldn’t she want the same in her parenting skills?
Something to think about.