“Teen Mom” star Farrah Abraham’s mother, Debra Danielson, is reportedly writing a tell-all book about an experience she had being “catfished.”
According to Wet Paint, Debra, who has always had a very rocky relationship with Farrah Abraham, was scammed out of $250,000 after her internet boyfriend “died.”
“My new book will be announced soon! Stay tuned!” Farrah Abraham’s mother Debra Danielson posted via Facebook. “It is a true story about what happened to me last year. There will be a limited quantity of Tee-Shirts [sic] available to purchase as gifts for the holidays. Makes a great gift and valuable reading with expert advice from Dr. Robin Gandhi on how to protect yourself from internet and other scammers.”
The “Teen Mom” grandma to little Sophia has titled her book, “Vapor,” and it will focus on outing the man who stole her money, James Richardson, whom Debra reportedly met through a dating website.
Is it just us, or does Farrah Abraham’s family sure have a lot of drama. If only “Teen Mom” cameras were rolling on this little nugget. Sadly, Farrah was not asked back for the reunion season of “Teen Mom,” so fans will have to do without her when the season debuts on MTV in 2015.
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