Teen Mom Farrah says she 'needs rest' amid ongoing feud with mom Debra

TEEN Mom Farrah Abraham took to Instagram to say she's "resilient" but "deserves rest."

It came after it was revealed her mother Debra has not spoken to her or her daughter Sophia, 12, in five months.

Farrah's Instagram stories post read: "I am resilient, but I deserve rest, too."

This cryptic quote was posted to the Teen Mom star's Instagram after Debrah, Ferrah's mother, exclusively told The Sun: "We haven't talked for quite some time.

"May was the last time I spoke to her."

Debra, who goes by stage name Debz OG, wouldn’t reveal the reason for the falling out, as she said it is a “private matter.”

She added that she has “no relationship” with her granddaughter Sophia as well. 

Debra, 63, continued: “I am sad because Sophia is an amazing person and I love her so much. We had years together. I love her. I miss her.”

The rapper added that she will “always” hope the two will mend their relationship. 

She said: “Sometimes you feel like you’re owed an apology. When you love people, like Christ loves us and forgives us, we need to do likewise. Love each other, forgive each other and work together. That’s where I’m at. What mother would not want that?”


Earlier this month, Farrah left another quote on her Instagram story amidst the family feud, which read: “A sense of failure is not something to engage with.

“Just observe it and let it pass.”

The bottom of the post also included numerous hands applauding toward the text.

While appearing on an episode of the Have a Seat with Chris Hansen podcast, Debra, 63, said: “We’re not speaking today, so that’s very sad, and I miss my granddaughter…

“…I pray to God that my daughter is happy and healthy, and I do want [our] relationship to be happy and healthy.

“I want to be able to hug her and hold her and tell her I love her.

"That’s very important to me, and I want my Sophia to know that she is still the sparkle in my eye and I will always love her and I miss her.”


Debra continued that while she doesn’t blame their appearance on the MTV show for their falling out, she does believe the spotlight changed Farrah. 

She said: “When you’re on TV your world changes and things become different. It is what it is. It’s because you’re working in a different realm. Some of that goes to some people’s heads. They’re not as approachable or teachable as they used to be. 

“Going on TV did have an effect, it always does, it’s being human. I’m not saying anything bad about MTV or my daughter, but it changed her to feeling more entitled. Even if you’re president you should always have respect and honor for other people.”

Farrah could not immediately be reached for comment.


Additionally, Carmella, 83 and Farrah's grandmother, filed for an elder abuse protective order against Debra on June 16 in Iowa, according to court documents.

The petition was triggered by a confrontation on June 15 between Carmella and Debra and Debra's husband David.

Carmella stated in the filings: "Debra showed up to my residence with her husband, David.

"She tried getting into my home but I locked the door because I am afraid of her from all the recent things I have found out.

"They were both very angry and confronted my granddaughter, Ashley, in my yard because they wanted in the house to discuss me filing fraud on the Roth IRA account (as suggested by Fidelity Financial).

"Ashley had to call the police, David threatened Ashley that the state will be paying a visit to my house soon.

"The police told them to leave my property and to only communicate with Ashley via email."

Carmella claimed that she had recently found out Debra had opened a "Roll Over Roth IRA account in my name at Fidelity Financial valued at approx. $40,000".

The order of protection was granted by a judge on June 28 and is valid for a year.

It means Debra cannot "abuse, harass, intimidate, molest, interfere with, or menace" Carmella.

The MTV star is also banned from entering Carmella's property.

Debra exclusively told The Sun of the order of protection: "Trust me, it’s incorrect and wrong. It’s not real. I will not comment on it because it is inaccurate, incorrect and wrong.

"I am not giving one minute of time to things that are wrong."

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