Long before she became a star of MTV’s Teen Mom or lost the love of her life in a tragic car accident, Farrah Abraham was a teenage wild child with a taste for booze, marijuana, cocaine and middle-ofthe- night booty calls. “I drank way too much, so much that I had blurred double vision,” she recalls of attending a bonfire party in the woods at age 16 near her Iowa hometown.
“I found myself in a truck, making out with some boy and calling him Derek. He was going below the belt and I started yelling, ‘Let’s have sex!’… I don’t even remember getting home that night.”
In her new autobiography, My Teenage Dream Ended, Farrah, now 21 years old, admits that her on-again, off-again relationship with her late boyfriend, Derek Underwood, was a catalyst for her drug and alcohol abuse. Whenever the young couple split up, Farrah would binge and hook up with a new guy to try to forget Derek or to make him jealous.
In one embarrassing incident, she recalls that she “drank enough jungle juice to forget where the potty was” and ended up wetting the bed, where she was passed out with her one-night stand.
Farrah’s partying became even wilder after her daughter, Sophia, was born and she lost Derek in a caraccident in 2008. Grief, as well as insecurity over her post-pregnancy body, her turbulent relationship with her parents and the stress of raising a baby alone drove her to binge drinking and staying out all hours of the night.
“I was partying too much,” she writes. “I drank too much and did some coke… I couldn’t handle the effect of the alcohol and drugs. I started crying about Derek to some guy I was kind of into… The next morning I woke up looking and feeling like a mess, and my nose hurt from the coke.”
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