Wednesday, October 27, 2021

Farrah Abraham’s grandmother files a protection order

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“Teen Mom OG” alum Farrah Abraham’s grandmother, Carmella Danielsen, filed a protection order against Abraham’s mother, Debra Danielson, on October 4, 2021, according to court documents cited by Starcasm. The petition was originally filed on June 16, 2021. in Iowa and lasts a year, read the official papers that Starcasm uncovered.

Carmella Danielsen, 84, claimed Debra Danielsen and her husband David Merz came to her home to confront them with money, the documents read, according to Starcasm, and Carmella felt threatened by her daughter and son-in-law.

Part of the petition quoted by Starcasm reads:

Debra Danielsen has not commented on abuse protection since it was discovered by Starcasm and The Sun.

While Debra Danielsen and her mom don’t seem to be going well, the former MTV star is rock solid with her own daughter too.

On October 1, 2021, Danielsen shared a clip of her interview with Chris Hansen on Instagram in which she revealed that she and Abraham were no longer in contact. She said the video was an update on an “important” family situation.

“There are long-term, eternal consequences and we’re not talking today,” Danielsen told Hansen.

“I pray to God that my daughter is happy and healthy, and I want to [our] Relationship to be happy and healthy. I want to hug and hold her and tell her I love her, ”she continued. “This is very important to me and I want my Sophia to know that she is still the sparkle in my eyes and that I will always love and miss her.”

Sophia is the 12-year-old daughter Abraham had with her ex-boyfriend Derek Underwood, who died in a car accident before Sophia’s birth.

Abraham first came to MTV when she was 17 years old. Hansen wondered if Danielsen felt that she had exploited her daughter for her fame.

“No, no, I never exploited my daughter, I tried to help my daughter,” claimed Danielsen. “I threw myself in front of the bus, I don’t even know how often, and I never took anything, never a cent, and I had to pay for things in the background and financed everything. So, no, it’s a completely different scenario. “

Danielsen also beat up MTV for giving Abraham a platform over the years. “I would say the show created an atmosphere of claim that a person can do anything they want with no consideration or respect for their family or parents,” she said. “And so it almost created a monster situation.”

CONTINUE READING: Debra Danielson says MTV created a “monster situation” with Farrah Abraham



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