‘Teen Mom OG’ Cast News: Farrah Abraham Appears on ‘Botched,’ Amber Portwood Moves Forward with Custody Battle
Newly single "Teen Mom OG" star Farrah Abraham will be featured on the July 12 episode of the popular E! TV series "Botched," where her lip injection debacle earlier this year will be corrected by famous plastic surgeons Paul Nassif and Terry Dubrow.
On Jan. 6, Abraham tweeted pictures of her botched lip injections, writing, "Girlfriends don't say I didn't warn ya! #BOTCHED California #ER #fixit."
In the video clip of her Jan. 26 appearance on the TV show "The Doctors," Sophia's mother explains that she had planned on having an implant inserted, but before that could happen, she suffered an allergic reaction to the numbing agents the doctor injected into her lips.
"As soon as he touched my lip with whatever numbing product he put in there, my lip was having an allergic reaction right away," Abraham says. "I was laying down flat, but I was seeing more of my lip come up and come up. I'm just super happy that I'm alive."
She also reveals why she choose a lip implant instead of injecting lip fillers, such as the lip fillers used by Kylie Jenner.
"I wanted a lip implant because it was more of a permanent fix," she says. "I'm really concerned about stretching out my lip. And that's why I'm kind of scared to keep doing the injections."
The former adult film star has had two breast augmentations, a chin implant, a rhinoplasty, cheek fillers and several lip injections.
Meanwhile, "Teen Mom OG" star Amber Portwood is officially moving forward with her custody battle for daughter, Leah Shirley. Leah lives full-time with her dad, Gary Shirley, because Amber signed over custody in 2011 following a felony domestic battery charge. Sober and soon to be married, Portwood now wants to be a full time parent, but Gary is not willing to give up custody.
"He's not giving Leah up, not even partial custody," a source told Life & Style.
According to the source, Gary does not believe that Portwood would "do a good job taking care of her."
"I think Leah would adjust to joint custody very well," Portwood said during an interview with MTV. "We do it now, we practice it now, so it's not a change, it simply is legal. ... I wanna feel like I have some control. I see Booboo and nothing is wrong with that, but I wanna have a bit of say-so in everything that goes on in her life ... I don't want to be completely separated from her."
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