Teen Mom Farrah Abraham slammed for wearing Harvard University sweater and bragging about studying for law school exam

FARRAH Abraham has been branded "cringy" for wearing a Harvard University sweater in a TikTok clip.

The Teen Mom OG alum, 30,also boasted about studying for the Law School Admissions Test [LSAT] in the video.

Farrah wore the grey logo sweater and glasses in a recent video in which she slammed her former costars.

She said she has “evolved” and “is in a different place” than when she appeared on the MTV show.

The reality star added: "P.s. finishing summer semester finals & studying for LSAT. Teen Moms are smart & talented.”

While Farrah was clearly pleased with her academic career so far, critics claimed she's "deluded".

One wrote on Reddit: "Talk about delusions of grandeur. Yikes…."

Another added: "Nothing is more cringe than Farrah in a Harvard tee claiming she's studying for the LSAT."

"Is the person she’s trying to fool…herself?" a third user wanted to know.

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Since leaving Teen Mom in 2017, Farrah has expressed interest in becoming a lawyer.

She previously posted on LinkedIn in May that she is working towards a Master of Liberal Arts from the Creative Writing and Literature Graduate Program at Harvard, thought many fans thought she was lying.


However, The Sun exclusively revealed in June that Farrah is enrolled at Harvard University for summer classes.

A rep for Harvard University exclusively confirmed to The Sun that the ex TV star is enrolled at the school, stating: “We can confirm that Farrah is registered as of right now in online Summer courses.”

She is also a published author and recently responded to critics that have left negative reviews for her memoir- Dream Twenties- on Amazon.

While sharing a screenshot of the book’s listing on Amazon, Farrah wrote on her Instagram Story: “Haters leave me more negative comments.

“I’m shocked to see your trying to better yourself.”


Farrah also included a swipe-up link in the post, which directed her followers to the book’s link on Amazon.

The memoir is described as “a self-guided self-help memoir by New York Times best-selling author Farrah Abraham.”

Farrah's memoir has received negative feedback since its release, with many fans taking to Reddit to slam the TV personality for several typos in the book.

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