‘Teen Mom’ Farrah Abraham Reveals How She Really Makes Most of Her Money
Many fans wonder how former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham earns an income. She recently posted photos and videos of her trip to Dubai, and Teen Mom viewers made guesses about why she’s there and if she’s being paid to do some type of work in the city. Here’s what Teen Mom’s Farrah Abraham said about how she really makes most of her money.
Farrah Abraham first started making the big bucks as a regular on MTV’s Teen Mom
Farrah first appeared on MTV’s Teen Mom in 2009. She was in more than 60 episodes of the show, and she was compensated well for her time. Farrah reportedly earned roughly $30,000 per episode. After Teen Mom, she went on to appear in other reality shows, such as Celebrity Big Brother and Couple’s Therapy.
What does Farrah Abraham do for a living?
Farrah has multiple income streams. She earns money from product endorsements, modeling, adult entertainment, reality TV, and entrepreneurship. She has also tried her hand at an acting career. Two of her acting credits include the horror films Adam K and Axeman 2: Overkill. Furthermore, Farrah is the author of four books, the most popular being My Teenage Dream Ended, which she reportedly plans to turn into a movie.
Farrah Abraham’s net worth
Farrah Abraham has an estimated net worth of $1 million according to Celebrity Net Worth. However, considering her product endorsement deals, her earnings from book sales, CamSoda, and more, The Squander estimates Farrah’s net worth to be closer to $3 million to $4 million.
How Teen Mom’s Farrah Abraham makes most of her money
So, how does Farrah earn the majority of her cash? The reality TV star told Logan Paul during his Impaulsive podcast that she makes most of her money from licensing deals for different products. Farrah also explained that she gets paid when products are promoted on her social media accounts and people click on the links.
Farrah also gets paid for making guest appearances at clubs. “I don’t really like to club that much anymore unless I’m paid for it,” Farrah told Paul. She also said she’s a serial entrepreneur and she’s trying to focus her time on building her businesses.
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