Is Farrah Abraham Being Bullied? Thanks Her "Haters" In New Message

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In a new message, Farrah Abraham thanks her haters and calls them wanna-be's, saying that they should "go cry." Also, Farrah's official Facebook posted a message defending her recent actions. Is Farrah Abraham being bullied?

The former Teen Mom star has been stirring up some serious controversy lately.

Things started to go downhill when she was charged with a DUI on March 19. Then, she went on a media blitz blasting the arresting officer and calling him all kinds of unflattering names.

Of course, there was also the sex tape that she tried to stage as a leak of a personal memoir, said she would never sell it and then (in a move that surprised nobody) sold for over a million dollars to Vivid Entertainment.

Oh, and she's been hanging with porn stars and making paid appearances on her nationwide strip club tour.

So, there's all of that.

Well, it seems like her former fans have finally had enough of Farrah's antics.

The admin on Farrah's official Facebook page recently posted a message that read:

"To everyone asking where the photos of Sophia are: Farrah has not posted any recent pictures. Even these photos were kindly sent to the page by the photographer who took them.

Yes, Farrah is currently touring the country, but did you realize that in between each appearance, she goes back home to Sophia? Probably not, so before anyone judges, please take the time to know the facts."

Then, Farrah posted this tweet yesterday, "Laughing at all the #WannaBeBullies today :))#ThankYouHaters such #WannaB's #GoCry ask someone for a hug if you can't handle life."

Farrah has been receiving a lot of hate via social media...but, do you think fans have a right to be angry?

Sound off in the comments below.

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