Amber Portwood and Farrah Abraham have been at odds for weeks, and judging by a new interview, that won't soon change. According to a new report, the cast of "Teen Mom OG" revealed their feelings for one another on November 28 and when it came time for Abraham to share her thoughts on Portwood, she made it clear that she was not a fan.

While Abraham didn't have anything nice to say about Portwood, Portwood's other co-stars, including Catelynn Lowell and Maci Bookout, spoke highly of her. "I thought [Amber Portwood] was cool and down to earth just like me," Lowell explained to OK! Magazine. Meanwhile, Bookout added that the reality star was "very open and willing to share all of her," which she found to be admirable.

As for Abraham, she claimed Portwood was "not welcoming" and said "she had her own issues." In response to her co-star's unkind comments, Portwood turned the tables on Abraham, telling the magazine, "That's completely different than what [Catelynn and Maci] said. I think [Farrah] meant she had her own issues."

Amber Portwood and Farrah Abraham fought during the 'Teen Mom 2' season six reunion

Last month, E! News shared details of an on-set fight between Amber Portwood and Abraham. According to the report, the two women got into a physical fight while filming the reunion special of the series after comments made by Simon Saran about Portwood's fiance, Matt Baier, were brought up by host Dr. Drew Pinsky.

After Saran appeared to be ready to apologize for his comment, which suggested Baier looked like a pedophile, Abraham reportedly said that Baier does sort of look like a pedophile and, as Real Mr. Housewife explained, Portwood stormed onto the stage and began to scream at Abraham.

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Eventually, things between the reality stars turned physical and security stepped in. On Twitter, both Abraham and Portwood addressed the reported incident on set.

For more of Amber Portwood and her co-stars, tune into the "Teen Mom OG" season six finale airing tonight, November 28, at 9 p.m. on MTV.