Farrah Abraham’s alleged love affair with DJ Brian Dawe has gone from being a run-of-the-mill reality TV lie to a potentially litigious one.
Couples Therapy star Farrah, who reportedly tried to fake a faltering relationship with Orlando-based DJ Brian to secure herself a spot on the VH1 reality show, is now in hot water
over her claims that the real reason Brian didn’t show up for therapy was because he was in the midst of a mental breakdown.
“I was told repeatedly, ‘We want Brian to show up,’ ‘We’re trying to get him to come here,’ and ‘He had a mental breakdown and maybe he would show up later,’” explained the reality star. “But as time progressed it was like, he’s really not showing up."
Farrah’s claims that her relationship with Brian was entirely authentic have continued to incense the DJ, who has fired back via his lawyer about these tall tales.
“My client [Brian Dawe] categorically denies that his decision not to appear on Couples Therapy had anything to do with any sort of anxiety or other mental health related issues,” Brian’s lawyer, Brent M. Rainey tells RadarOnline.com.
Brian, who was allegedly offered a cool $30K to pretend to be involved with Farrah for the reality show, may not have made off with any cash from his fake relationship, but at least he still has dignity.
“My client’s decision was based solely on his lack of comfort, on a moral level, with the portrayal of his involvement with Ms. Abraham,” added Brian’s lawyer, noting that Brian is “at peace” with his choice.
Let’s just hope Farrah can say the same about herself.
Do you believe Farrah’s story that she and Brian were a real couple?