Teen Mom is officially coming back for season five, but one of the most controversial characters from the show will definitely NOT be returning.

According to a report from E! News, Farrah Abraham won’t be among the cast members of the latest installment of the MTV reality show, despite being a part of the series from the beginning.

The news comes just several weeks after rumors surfaced that fellow stars Maci Bookout, Catelynn Lowell and Amber Portwood wanted Abraham booted from the show, due in part to her new career in the porn industry and trouble with the law.

(David Becker/Getty Images)

(David Becker/Getty Images)

US Weekly reports that MTV agreed with the girls, and a source states that “They feel she set a bad example and doesn’t represent the network well.”

Meanwhile, Abraham, who is mother to 5-year-old Sophia, took to Twitter earlier this week to seemingly address the situation, writing, “I shared my ‘Teen Mom’ struggles with you all, I’ve exceeded my expectations & now I’ve become an amazing person & want 2 be who I really am.”

After her rise to reality fame, Abraham has been arrested and charged with a DUI, released two “sex tapes” via Vivid Entertainment and made an attempt at a singing career.

Listen to her latest single “Blowin’” HERE…if you dare.

Are you glad to see Farrah Abraham depart from the Teen Mom cast? Or will you miss seeing her on MTV? Share your thoughts below! 


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