Simon Saran is discussing his exit to quit "Teen Mom OG" amid the ongoing drama involving his on-again, off-again girlfriend, Farrah Abraham, who told fans she had been fired on Monday before later claiming she wasn't fired, nor had she breached her contract with MTV. As Saran recently explained, he found the individuals behind 11th Street Productions to be “very controlling.”

“The reason why I also quit because producer Morgan J. Freeman hated the fact the I was successful,” Simon Saran told Radar Online on November 3, adding that he didn't agree with the way in which Freeman allegedly treated people and put them in harm's way.

According to Saran's shocking claims, Freeman has reportedly provided the cast members of his shows, including "Teen Mom," which drugs and supposedly "forces" them to have more children and move "strange men" into their homes for bonuses.

Why did Farrah Abraham say she was fired from 'Teen Mom'?

In her post on Instagram earlier this week, Farrah Abraham suggested that she had been booted from "Teen Mom OG" because of her recent return to the adult film industry, which took place on the webcam site CamSoda. As fans will recall, Abraham first made waves in 2013 with the release of her adult tape, "Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom." A short time later, reports claimed her co-stars, including Catelynn Lowell, Maci Bookout, and Amber Portwood, were said to be relieved about her potential exit.

Farrah Abraham take major aim at MTV and her producers on Instagram

On Instagram, the reality star said that her crew was "unprofessional" and "fake" and labeled them as press hungry woman haters. She then accused them of shaming her for her adult endeavors and said they made her work in an unsafe environment. In more specific allegations, Abraham said producer Larry Musnik was a pill popper and claimed Kirsten Malone was a drunk.

In response to Farrah Abraham's claims against the network, "Teen Mom 2" star Kailyn Lowry spoke to Radar Online and said that she had never experienced any of the issues Abraham described with her production crew. She also said that she has great relationships with a number of the members of the MTV staff.

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