Farrah Abraham Offers (Unsolicited) Relationship Advice to 'Teen Mom' Co-Stars

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Farrah Abraham seems to have something nasty to say about everyone. First, it was Kim Kardashian, then Charlie Sheen, now she is taking on two of her former 'Teen Mom' co-stars, Catelynn Lowell and Tyler Baltierra. Apparently, Farrah Abraham hasn't heard the saying, "If you don't have anything nice to say, don't say anything at all."

In fact, publicly slamming people seems to be one of Farrah's favorite pastimes.

Just in the past month or two, Farrah has attacked Kim Kardashian (a couple of times!), Charlie Sheen and fellow Teen Mom star Catelynn Lowell.

When it comes to Catelynn, Farrah delivered a pretty low blow when she told Us Weekly, "Catelynn has a weight issue, but I don't say harsh things about her to hurt her self-esteem."

Now, she's taking another dig at her MTV co-star by criticizing her relationship.

Catelynn and her fiance Tyler Baltierra, who are currently starring on VH1's Couples Therapy unwittingly became the target of Farrah's latest fire.

In a new interview with Hollywood Life, Farrah commented on Catelynn and Tyler, saying, "If you are not married to somebody by a certain point of knowing them, you need to evaluate your relationship and probably just move on."

However, she also said that she doesn't think they're ready for marriage, citing the fact that she thinks "they both need to mature up a little bit before they do get married."

Strange sentiment, considering Catelynn and Tyler are more mature than most adults we know.

There is always the possibility that Farrah is jealous of her Teen Mom co-stars, especially given the fact that she reportedly tried to fake a relationship to get on Couples Therapy, but was rejected.

Do you think Farrah is a little bit jealous of Catelynn and Tyler?

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