Farrah Abraham took aim at her daughter during last night's Teen Mom OG, and while many fans were shocked to hear the reality star label her daughter "stupid," her father, Michael Abraham, hopes fans won't judge her. Following the dramatic episode, Michael spoke out, claiming that Abraham's comment may have been manipulated by the editing of MTV.

“We all know that even non-script shows are edited. Even though things come out of one’s mouth, you’ve got to have the context to understand it,” Michael explained to Real Mr. Housewife. “Even though she seemed like she was calling Sophia a name, there was a lot more going on. Sophia was very challenging at that time.”

Farrah Abraham's father respects her parenting

Michael told the outlet that although he doesn't always agree with the decisions she makes and “can’t condone" what was said during Monday's show, he has to respect her way of going about things.

According to him, he's made mistakes and claims errors are part of parenting. He also assured readers that Farrah Abraham is a "loving, caring" parent.

“Do not judge until you have all the facts. You’re just seeing a small picture of what’s going on,” he added.

Farrah Abraham also had words with her boyfriend during the latest episode of 'Teen Mom OG'

In addition to her hurtful comments about Sophia, which were not made in front of the child, Farrah Abraham was heard complaining about her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Simon Saran, during a conversation with her mother, Debra Danielson. Then, when Saran failed to drink a glass of wine her mother had poured for him, the tension between them boiled over and Abraham proceeded to go off on Saran about how she had requested he not walk through her home with his shoes on the carpet.

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When Saran brushed off the comments made by his girlfriend, she immediately kicked him out of her home and demanded he stay at a hotel. 

For more of Farrah Abraham and her relationships, tune in to the 6th season of Teen Mom OG. The series airs every Monday night at 9 p.m. on MTV.