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Farrah Abraham Faked Relationship to Appear on 'Couples Therapy,' Fake Boyfriend Brian Dawe Comes Forward, 'Teen Mom 2' Star Jenelle Evans Responds

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(Photo : Farrah Abraham/ Twitter) Farrah Abraham reportedly tried to fake a relationship in order to appear on "Couples Therapy."

Farrah Abraham has made a number of... um... interesting decisions since appearing on "Teen Mom" and she doesn't seem to be putting a stop to them any time soon. Abraham reportedly tried to fake a relationship in order to appear on the new season of "Couples Therapy."

Anyone who watched the Jan. 2 season premiere saw that Abraham did in fact get her place on "Couples Therapy," but in stark contrast to the name, Abraham is appearing on the show alone. According to a source who spoke with Radar Online, "Basically they are going to bring on people from her past - family, friends, ex-boyfriends - to help her understand why she can't make any of her relationships work and they fail."

News of Abraham attempting to fake a relationship for the show came out when Brian Dawe, a DJ, posted to his Facebook page that he was asked by Abraham to pretend to be in a relationship with her for the show. Dawe originally agreed to, but went back on his decision in the end.

"I was offered double my original appearance fee from the network. This to me was a substantial amount of money, but I decided to stick by my decision."

Dawe went on to say that he did not decide to speak openly about the plan to hurt Abraham, but rather to bring focus to the problems with reality tv. "My only purpose for coming out against it is to clear my name and to take a public stance against the culture of exploiting people through reality television and the media. Reality TV is about as far from reality you can get."

The always outspoken, and currently pregnant, "Teen Mom 2" star Jenelle Evans had something to say about the situation as well. Evans wrote on her personal Twitter account, "I'm not even going to watch #CouplesTherapy now that I found out Farrah staged it entirely once again. #TiskTisk #FakeRelationship."

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Jan 04, 2014 11:47 AM EST

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