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Farrah Abraham Considers Herself A Role Model

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Farrah Abraham just keeps the hits coming. The former "Teen Mom" star, who recently released her first pornographic film, told US Weekly that the haters should stop hating because all she's trying to do is be a good role model.

"I am trying to be a role model for the other Teen Moms," she told the tabloid. "I try not to knock them down. I try to better them."

Her comments came on the heels of fellow "Teen Mom" star Catelyn Lowell's tweet that Farrah sounded like an animal meeting its maker:

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In response, Abraham also let fly with this not-veiled-at-all insult: "Catelynn has a weight issue, but I don't say harsh things about her to hurt her self-esteem."

The comment unleashed a torrent of angry tweets from Catelynn:

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