Teen Mom Farrah Abraham claims ex costars have asked star to 'represent them'

TEEN Mom Farrah Abraham claimed her former costars have asked the reality star to "represent them" after she had set fire to Harvard sweater.

Farrah, 30, spoke about her law school ambitions in an interview with TMZ.

While speaking to the outlet at the Debbie Durkin's EcoLuxe Lounge event at the Beverly Hills Hilton Hotel, Farrah said during the video: "I think I have to have my own office.

She claimed: "My friends keep asking. Teen Mom cast members keep asking if I could represent them.

"I feel fortunate. I work with a lot of public figures."

The Teen Mom alum also discussed her future outside of Harvard.

The reality star mentioned she had received her transcripts and might attend a new law school.

She added: "Law forms are coming up. So many options to schools. Yale has reached out.

"I'm so pumped because I have all these choices for law school."


Recently, the Teen Mom OG starhad set fire to her Harvard University sweater after slamming the prestigious school and its teachers.

The TV star used a blow torch to burn a hole in the logo top, before filming the sweater going up in flames.

In a TikTok video, the MTV star burned several holes in the garment and and showed off the ruined results when the flames calmed down.

She wrote in the video: "Thank you therapists. My mental health is more important then [sic] educational abuse. I feel better now."

The mother-of-one captioned it: "Off to Massachusetts, Harvard knows the law is the law #mentalhealth #healing #education."

Farrah , who is also the mother of Sophia, 12, had previously announced that she would be auctioning her Harvard shirt and donating the money to a mental health foundation.

Recently, Farrah had announced that she would be auctioning her Harvard shirt and donating the money to a mental health foundation.


Last week, the TV personality trashed Harvard as "unsafe" and not "credible" in her one-star Yelp review. 

She claimed: "Harvard is pathetic and is educationally abusive to students."

In her review, she accused two teachers of keeping her "locked out of" zoom for "a course" that she paid for.

Farrah claimed the two "are not responsible professionals" and that their bullying "student tactics" are allegedly "illegal and sexist."

Farrah also claimed she had disputed her tuition after "the teacher claimed [she] had a neurological issue."

The reality star alleged that Harvard's "teachers do not know how to teach online!" 

A spokesperson for Harvard University told TMZ that due to federal student privacy laws, the school will not be commenting on individual student academic matters.

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