As he established many years ago, Farah Abraham has no problem acting in front of the camera.
We are referring here, of course, to the X-rated videos Abraham played online that eventually drove him out of Teen Mom Oz.
Towards the end of last week, meanwhile, Abraham returned to the kind of platform he had mastered in the past – this time keeping his clothes fully on, but flaunting his curvature in front of the paparazzi, his tongue, and an apparent new lover.
On Friday, the 31-year-old was spotted in Hollywood with an almost unknown person … clearly aware that photographers are not too far from the couple.
In photos obtained by The Sun, Farah and her apparent boyfriend are seen enjoying a date together at a sushi restaurant, Yamashiro, before stopping on a park bench.
Farah is leaning on her tight dress, spaghetti straps slung over her shoulders and cleavage exposed, her tongue sticking out of her mouth, circling in front of her boyfriend’s lips.
On Reddit, however, users weren’t exactly turned on by Farah’s antiques.
“I can’t imagine how disgusting and wet it was,” wrote one critic. “He probably pulled the spit from his mouth with a rope.”
There is an image that you can never get out of your head.
“It’s very unnatural and cruise. Yak. It’s awkward to look at,” added another.
The third one then chimed as follows:
“What … what is this?”
Abraham is known for many things over the years, of course, such as the exploitation of his young daughter and her outright stupidity.
But he had never met her in public before. We can’t remember the least.
It’s easy to forget that Farah suffered a major tragedy before appearing on MTV, when her fianc (and father of her only child) died in a car accident.
Abraham was eight months pregnant at the time.
In December, Abraham paid tribute to Derek.
“Thirteen years later, I’m grateful to have seen ‘Daddy’ on your spine today,” the mother of one wrote as part of a post-grab photo of her grave late last year.
“I am grateful for our family, I have learned so much about human condition, grief, trauma, loss and depression.
“Your life has made a difference for me and many more.”
Her 2012 memoir, My Teenage Dream Ended, also writes about Farah Sophia’s father:
“Derek was the father of the baby I was carrying inside. He was my first love, my only true love …
“Every year, we go to Derek’s grave …
“We take pictures, we record them, and I have a complete baby box for Sophia with letters and pictures of how and why things happened and why I’m here today alone.”