The other ‘Teen Mom’ girls think that Farrah Abraham is …

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(Gabe Ginsberg, FilmMagic)

Farrah Abraham is one of the more polarizing figures on reality television. The Teen Mom star has used her fame to launch a well-documented and (kinda sad) career in adult entertainment.

When MTV told her fellow Teen Mom co-stars Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood and Catelynn Lowell that Farrah was returning to the new version of their show, they were, um, less than thrilled.

Maci even threatened to quit the show. She tells Us Weekly:

I’m not going to lie and say I was happy about it. But, I mean, it’s something that I guess people will just have to watch on the show. And it has nothing to personally do with Farrah at all. I have no hard feelings towards her whatsoever.

No hard feelings … right.

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Catelynn hinted that a social media feud caused her to sour on Farrah, but she’s over it now.

I think there was a lot of miscommunication about things. Like, I can say that I jumped to conclusions when somebody wrote something that Farrah said about me. We might have different opinions about things, but we are both adults and put our differences aside and just be OK with each other.

And Farrah even admits that she wasn’t exactly jumping up and down about returning either, but, of course, she did.

When I got the call to come back, it was a little bit awkward for me, and I tried to work with them the best that I could. I was just a little bit reluctant because of the progress I made while I was not on the show. I think it’s good to be back for Sophia’s sake and showing how our lives are to help others. And that’s why we’re back.

Teen Mom OG premieres March 23 on MTV.

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