Interestingly enough, this isn't the first time someone has accused Farrah of trying to fake a relationship with them to get on the exact same show.
In this new YouTube interview, Brian Dawe (the guy who would have been on the show with Farrah) reveals some new details about exactly how the whole plan was concocted.
Calling himself the "fake boyfriend," Brian claims that the whole thing is "no more real than wrestling," saying that the network originally offered him $15,000 to do the show and then upped the ante by another $15,000 after he had changed his mind.
Although he originally went along with the plan, even posing for some PDA photographs with Farrah, he now says it was "not real, I made a mistake...I'm really sorry about it."
For her part, Farrah seems unfazed, tweeting "It's sad when others can't seperate [sic] reality from gossip blogs (I'm laughing 4 ever) -Farrah."
So, she's laughing "4 ever" ...are you?
Do you believe Farrah or Brian?
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