‘What’s next OnlyFans?’: Farrah Abraham slammed for allowing Sophia, 13, to message strangers privately


LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA: The 31-year-old Farrah Abraham, a former ‘Teen Mother’ star, who grew to become pregnant when she was 16, is again once more with one other scandalous accusation. This time for allowing her daughter Sophia, 13, to privately message strangers by way of subscriber feed.

This comes after the Instagram Reside racist incident on September 6, when Abraham tagged her new eyebrows wanting like “Egyptian or Sri Lankan”. Within the clip, the mother-daughter duo was out feeding their horse, Starburst, when Abraham mentions, “I got my eyebrows done today so I kind of look like I’m Egyptian, or, I don’t know, Sri Lankan,” as per Celebuzz. Prior to this, Abraham, who was facing a battery charge against her over a nightclub brawl that took place on Jan 16, 2022, at Grandmaster Records in LA, pleaded not guilty in June.

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The latest backlash

The thread of criticism began following Sophia’s giveaway video for an Instagram subscribers group, after one person posted on Reddit, “Why does 13 year old Sophia have a paid subscribers only group where she does giveaways and private messages?! Is this legal? She is not a celebrity. She’s a child!” Responding to this, one stated, “First of all.. they never give away what they promised, and this is absolutely f**king disgusting!!! And I swear if someone says “I love her look” or “I want to be her best friend!!” On here ONE MORE TIME!!! I’ll scream! It’s creepy and it’s adding to a already bad situation because Farrah sees that s**t and promotes it even MORE!!” One other troll made a baseless accusation in opposition to the fact star saying, “Farrah has been promoting DMs with Sophia since she was like 7. 

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The backlash continued with one saying, “I know child stars exist and they have fan clubs and stuff that are run by their management or parents but Sophia isn’t an actress or singer or whatever, she’s just a teenager who’s mom was once on a reality show. I find this super gross as the majority of her subscribers are probably creepy old men. Kids her own age wouldn’t know who she is.” A person burdened that Abraham shouldn’t have the kid’s custody by saying, “What’s next only fans? This is a disgrace and her mother should lose custody. Nothing good can come from it. It’s very sad.” Whereas one other Reddit person identified the unhappy fact of the state of affairs: “To be fair any child at any age can be an influencer which is heavily what Farrah wants for her so unfortunately it is legal as long as the parent is in the loop which they are.” Many confirmed their issues, with one writing, “I just hope Sophia genuinely enjoys doing this and wants to be an influencer and isn’t being forced into it by Farrah.”

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Sophia Abraham (L) and Farrah Abraham attend Debbie Durkin's Ecoluxe Film & Music Experience at The Beverly Hilton on January 28, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California.
Sophia Abraham (L) and Farrah Abraham attend Debbie Durkin’s Ecoluxe Movie & Music Expertise at The Beverly Hilton on January 28, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California (Randy Shropshire/Getty Pictures for Durkin Leisure)

Sophia’s subscription channel

The backlash began when on August 30, Sophia posted a video selling her subscription channel on Instagram. The caption learn, “Look forward to connecting with you better! Subscribe to Help me see your messages and let me know all the fun stuff I should share on private subscribe.” Adopted by one other video on the identical day that learn, “WELCOME it’s here! It’s real! a fun, friendly Sophia Subscribe Group!”

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