Reality star Farrah Abraham may no longer be on “Teen Mom,” but she's still garnering plenty of attention for her parenting.
The 26-year-old mom has been in hot water in recent months for her decision to work in the adult entertainment industry, and was even fired from MTV for it, Dearly previously reported.
Now, she's stirring up drama yet again after revealing some controversial details about her relationship with her 9-year-old daughter, Sophia.
According to earlier reports, the fellow reality star was slammed for letting her 4-year-old daughter North West photograph her topless.
But Abraham said she didn't see the problem. In fact, she said she has a similar mentality with her daughter.
The former “Teen Mom” star told TMZ:
“I mean my daughter and I, we run around the house naked and we just live life free.”
Abraham continued on to say that they keep nude photographs of each other on their cellphones. She said: "I mean, we have naked pictures on our phones of each other because we’re like a mom and daughter crew.”
— TMZ (@TMZ) March 2, 2018
The mom's comments quickly ignited a social media firestorm, and left many fans questioning the star.
Some Twitter users wrote:
It’s child pornography. Anyone else would be in jail.
— Tyrone (@takethattakedat) March 2, 2018
beyond weird. So wrong.
— Silent_D (@Asian_Darkness) March 2, 2018
Lead by example. Problem is here that the blind is leading the blind because there is NO example here to follow. This is what some would call #badparenting
— Ericka (@erickamitchell) March 2, 2018
Well if they share the pics, even with family that’s considered child porn and illegal. I’m sure there re other charges for that as well. Eke
— Pamela (@cinderfire) March 2, 2018
We shouldn’t be squeamish about the naked body but why do we want everyone just not wearing clothes. And naked pics of a 9 year old is wrong!
— The Snow Queen (@MsLuvlee717) March 2, 2018
According to Department of Justice, child pornography is defined as “any visual depiction of sexually explicit conduct involving a minor (someone under 18 years of age).”
The controversial mom has yet to respond to the recent controversy surrounding her comments.