Amazing news, fans of Farrah Abraham. We thought this week couldn't get any better after Farrah gifted the world with a brand new single entitled "Blowin'" (amazing name), but now we've learned that her father, Michael Abraham, is coming out with his very own tell-all.
As we all know, literary genius runs in the Abraham family — not only is Farrah writing a Christian parenting book, she has a New York Times best-selling memoir under her belt, not to mention a children's book creatively entitled "Passy Perfume." But what will Michael's memoir be about? More like what won't it be about.
Naturally, Michael's book will center on his fabulous life in Austin, Texas, with Farrah and her daughter, Sophia — and you can expect lots of surprises. “It’s about being a grandfather and a parent to Farrah and Sophia,” he tells Celebuzz. “It will address things you didn’t see on TV and things nobody has ever heard of. It’s about our struggles and our blessings. It will address some of our hardships, being on a reality TV show and the real hard facts from the last year.”
We assume Michael is referencing Farrah's infamous sex-tape, subsequent strip club tour of America, and recent foray into vaginal molds. But he's also setting the record straight when it comes to his participation in Farrah's X-rated career, explaining that “Vivid [Entertainment] and the press made me look like I negotiated that deal and I did not.”
Of course, fans are dying to hear what Michael has to say about Farrah's claims that she was abused as a child — and, shockingly, it looks like he's denying her accusations.
“I think I disciplined my daughter once and Farrah and I talked about it after filming,” Michael explains, “I did not abuse her and any discipline was just and fair. I don’t think Farrah would let me care for Sophia as I’ve done if I had done anything out of line. I love my daughter.”
Michael might be taking Farrah to task, but at the end of the day he has his daughter’s back. “There are always going to be haters out there,” Michael days. “You know what, Farrah’s life is completely around Sophia. And what she has accomplished, she has to have a life. So she wants to show her daughter, she loves Sophia."
Amen to that, Michael. We can't wait to read your book!