"When I need family the most, they're not f---in' there," Farrah says, "so, like, give me a break"

By Lanford Beard
April 27, 2015 01:45 PM

Farrah Abraham‘s dysfunctional relationship with her family has been well documented on Teen Mom, and, unfortunately, it seems like she and her parents still have a long way to go – and not under the same roof.

In an exclusive clip from Monday’s episode of OG, when Farrah’s father Michael mentions that her mother Debra is considering moving down to Austin to help out with her granddaughter, Farrah loses it.

“I don’t need to be, like, supporting people who are older than me,” she says, clearly already tensing up. “My parents should be supporting me.”

Michael’s suggestion that “family supports family” spikes her anger: “When I need family the most, they’re not f—in’ there,” counters Farrah, “so, like, give me a break.”

With her nerves frayed, Farrah begins an expletive-filled rant: “Honestly, you and mom and every other motherf—er in the family are not really supportive, they don’t show love. Now I go to the counseling session, and I bitch about the same s—, and it’s really me not speaking up and making the change with you guys.”

Whether Farrah, who just returned to the series last week, will be the change in her own life remains to be seen when Teen Mom OG airs Mondays (10 p.m. ET) on MTV.

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