Just a couple of days after weighing in on the Jordyn Woods drama, Teen Mom Alum, Farrah Abraham has found herself in a bit of drama of her own. The polarizing MTV alumna’s boutique has shuttered its doors, and now Abraham is staring down the barrel of a lawsuit. The teen mom hasn’t responded to the lawsuit just yet, but we have the details.
Farrah Abraham opened two boutiques
Abraham who was famously booted from Teen Mom OG decided she was going to try her hand at the retail space in 2016. She signed a five-year lease on two storefronts at The Oaks at Lakeway Mall. The upscale shopping center is located in Travis County, Texas. While Abraham enjoyed success in her first year of business, things went south sometime last year, forcing the MTV alum to shutter the stores.
While closing down shop isn’t uncommon, Farrah didn’t read the fine print in her lease. According to TMZ, Abraham stopped paying her rent back in September 2018. She received multiple written warning that she was still on the hook for rent before the landlords took her to court. According to court documentation Abraham now owes 101k in back rent, and she’s on the hook until 2021 unless she can find another store owner to take over her lease.
When did Farrah Abraham open her boutiques
Abraham guaranteed the lease for the two storefronts in early 2016. The stores, which were run under her company’s name, included a furniture store and a children’s boutique called Sophia Laurent Boutique.
Abraham also shut down her frozen yogurt shop in July 2018. Fro Co, also located in Texas, shuttered its doors when the 2-year lease ended on the storefront. According to Ok! Magazine, Abraham insisted business was great, but that she is interested in moving the business into grocery stores. While she made such statements, Abraham has more recently made moves to sell off the entirety of the Fro Co brand.
Business is bad for the former reality start
Things just didn’t turn out well for Abraham in 2018. Aside from the closures of her retail stores, Abraham was arrested for assaulting a security guard at a hotel. She then delved into several Twitter feuds. 2019 isn’t looking up either after she decided to throw herself into the mix regarding the Tristan Thompson and Jordyn Wood cheating allegations.
Abraham’s epic firing from Teen Mom seems to have been the start of her decline. While the star insists everything is all well, it would appear it is anything but. Abraham’s lousy luck in love and business are heavily documented.
In December, Abraham was also sued by a boxing promoter for bailing on a celebrity match she booked. The promoter, Damon Feldman was seeking $12,000 in damages. The lawsuit was filed in Pennsylvania.