Farrah Abraham may have just proclaimed that Viacom fired her from her role on "Teen Mom OG" on Instagram days ago but last night on Twitter, the reality star told her fans and followers a very different story. After initially calling out MTV for exploiting her and her daughter, eight-year-old Sophia, in their season seven trailer, Abraham returned to social media to confirm that she had not been fired by Viacom, nor has she breached her contract with MTV.

"End hate crimes against women!," Farrah Abraham demanded in a post on Twitter on November 1, making a point to tag her "Teen Mom OG" producer Morgan J.

Freeman. She even labeled claimed Viacom's executives had shamed her for her involvement in the adult industry. Years ago, while the MTV reality series was on hiatus due to Amber Portwood's stint in an Indiana prison, Abraham starred in the adult film "Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom" and in the years that followed, she's continued to promote her adult toy line and her erotic book series.

Why did filming stop on 'Teen Mom OG?'

After first telling fans she was fired from the reality show, Farrah Abraham shared a post on Facebook in which she suggested that she was no longer filming with Viacom because they are unprofessional and fake. She also slammed the company and their network for poor business practices and forcing her to film in an unsafe working environment.

She even accused producer Larry Musnik of being a pill popper and said that Kirsten Malone was an alcohol binger who acted like her friend in order to take advantage of her and spread jealousy.

"I don’t share a stage, I have security, I’ve gone to therapy!," Farrah Abraham said, adding that filming the MTV series has been toxic.

Continuing on, Abraham told the MTV staffers to stop beating people up and instigating fights between employees.

Farrah Abraham is taking on MTV on all social media platforms

Farrah Abraham is in an uproar when it comes to MTV and the potential end of her reality television career and she's taken to Twitter, Instagram, and Facebook to express her thoughts about the issue.

She's also teamed up with Simon Saran, who continues to take aim at the network on his own Twitter page.

To see more of Farrah Abraham, her family, and her co-stars, including Amber Portwood, Gary Shirley, Maci Bookout, Ryan Edwards, Catelynn Lowell, Taylor McKinney, and Tyler Baltierra, don't miss the season seven premiere of "Teen Mom OG" on Monday, November 27 on MTV at 9 PM.