Farrah Abraham is ready to go twelve rounds with the Celebrity Boxing promoters who’ve threatened her with a multi-million dollar lawsuit.
The adult film star claimed that the promoters of the charity match to raise awareness about anti-bullying actually bullied her,
Last week the people behind the upcoming event threatened Farrah with the lawsuit after she refused to participate in the match.
Drama: Farrah Abraham claimed that the promoters of an upcoming charity match to raise awareness about anti-bullying actually bullied her, TMZ reported on Tuesday; seen in October
‘I am the only one who was for the anti-bullying cause,’ the 27-year-old told the TMZ. ‘And, I think I was being bullied and being treated poorly.’
On Monday night, cameras caught Farrah outside of an event for Pretty Little Thing and she opened up about the bad blood with the Celebrity Boxing team.
‘They were in breech,’ she said referring to her original deal with the group to box Nicole ‘Hoopz’ Alexander.
The reality star backed out after claims she hasn’t gotten the 32 hotel rooms, six plane tickets and 24 fight tickets that she was promised.
Legal woes: The 27-year-old opened up about the bad blood with the boxing promoters outside of an event Monday night for Pretty Little Thing
But promoters Damon Feldman, Samantha Goldberg and their lawyer say there was never a specified number of rooms in the contract, and that Abraham’s team sprung new demands on them last week, according to
The outlet also reported that first class tickets have been purchased for Abraham and her nine-year-old daughter Sophia, and that she has been paid half the money she’s owed up front.
They later replaced her with Mob Wives star Natalie DiDonato.
‘I think I was being bullied and being treated poorly’ Farrah said of Celebrity Boxing’s Damon Feldman (center)
‘I am moving on,’ Farrah told TMZ. She explained that her lawyers were handling the issue.
Adding: ‘You know sadly, I don’t think the fight’s anything now.’
She went on to throw some verbal jabs at the promoters calling them ‘awful’ people who ‘only want to use celebrities.’
The reality star also noted that ‘with or without a boxing match,’ she remains an ‘advocate for anti-bullying.’
Replaced: Farrah was replaced in the match against Nicole ‘Hoopz’ Alexander by Mob Wives star Natalie DiDonato
It doesn’t seem like the mother of one is letting this recent drama get in the way of her work.
She reportedly has a reality show on the horizon, according to TMZ.
On Friday the MTV star met with her manager David Weintraub and reality TV producer Jeff Jenkins, who has worked on Keeping Up With The Kardashians, The Simple Life and Little Women: LA.
Fighting words: Farrah called the promoters ‘awful’ people who ‘only want to use celebrities.’