‘Couples Therapy’: Did Farrah Abraham Lie About Being Raped?

Her history of fabricating the truth puts shocking story in doubt


Farrah Abraham currently appears on the VH-1 "reality" series COUPLES THERAPY

Farrah Abraham currently appears on the VH-1 “reality” series COUPLES THERAPY

Farrah Abrabam is playing the rape card.

But will anyone believe her?

In another outrageous interview with In Touch weekly — for which she is customarily paid — the Backdoor Teen Mom claims she was drugged and sexually assaulted ‘more than once’ after the release of her infamous sex tape last spring.

“It was a dark time,” Farrah tells the magazine, adding that she also suffered physical abuse as a child.

“Violence has been a big part of my life.”

“[My parents] would beat me with a belt if I acted out. I had cuts, bruises, welts, swelling and scars… Abuse made me feel that I’m never attractive enough,’ she said. ‘I try to be so perfect.’

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Coming from anyone else, such claims would spark immediate concern and sympathy.

But Farrah has long struggled with telling the truth, and it would be easy to wonder if her latest shocking claims are a cry for help or another attempt to extend her 15 minutes of fame.

We already know she lied about her “stolen” porn video.

And last month, celebrity DJ Brian Dawe called her out for recruiting him to pretend her was her boyfriend so she could scam her way on to the VH-1 series COUPLES THERAPY.

I know you should never doubt a victim’s story, but if you ask me, Farrah has cried wolf one too many times.

She might have been spanked as a kid, but Farrah doesn’t seem like the type of gal to suffer that kind of abuse and keep quiet.

I am calling B.S.

Won’t be at all surprised if this somehow ties into the big finale of COUPLES THERAPY.

After all, Dr. Jenn did promise we would see “a more human side” of Farrah.

What do you think of her latest claims?  Sound off by leaving a comment below.


Sean Daly

Sean Daly

Editor-In-Chief at TheTVPage.com
Sean Daly is a veteran entertainment journalist.His work has appeared in People, Us Weekly, The Toronto Star and other top publications. He was the west coast TV reporter for The New York Post from 2008 - 2013. Sean is the author of Inside AGT: The Untold Stories of America's Got Talent and Teen Mom Confidential: Secrets and Scandals From MTV's Most Controversial Shows.
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