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May 7 2014, Published 2:05 p.m. ET

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A few months ago, MTV aired catch-up specials for all four of the original Teen Mom ladiesCatelynn Lowell, Amber Portwood and Farrah Abraham, plus Maci Bookout whose special debuted in August. The one-hour documentaries did so well that MTV is in talks to film another season with the girls, according to Us Weekly—but Farrah isn't getting an invite!

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According to the report, Catelynn, Amber and even the seemingly innocent Maci requested that the MTV execs fire Farrah because they don't want their children to be featured on a show with a person who talks about pornography and sex toys. MTV reportedly obliged and agreed with the girls that Farrah is not a good influence on fans and is reflecting poorly on the network, so the show will go on without her moving forward.

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It's worth mentioning that Teen Mom officially ended with season 4 in August of 2012, but clearly the fans keep coming back for more so a fifth season would be amazing! Teen Mom 2's fifth season just wrapped in April.

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Will you miss Farrah? Do you agree that she is setting a bad example for the show's fans and shedding a bad light on the rest of the cast? Vote below or tweet us @OKMagazine!

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