The stars of "Teen Mom OG" and "Teen Mom 2" are reportedly paid bonuses for getting pregnant. According to a new report, Farrah Abraham's on-again, off-again boyfriend, Simon Saran, has taken major aim at MTV and the show's producers and recently slammed Morgan J. Freeman, the producer of the franchise, for offering bonuses to the ladies for getting pregnant or married during production.

In a tweet shared by All About the Tea, Simon Saran told his fans and followers that Morgan J. Freeman has taken advantage of the young women on his shows and made millions off of them as he reportedly dictates their lives and exposes them on television.

He then said that Freeman gives bonuses to the ladies who get pregnant and marry men for money.

Which 'Teen Mom' stars have had second and third children?

In recent years, a number of the show's cast members have conceived second and third children, including Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell, Chelsea Houska, Briana DeJesus, Kailyn Lowry, Leah Messer, and Jenelle Evans, and some have tied the knot on the show, including Lowell, Bookout, Lowry, and Evans. Leah Messer actually got married twice on the show, first to Corey Simms and later to Jeremy Calvert.

Leah Messer welcomed twin girls with Corey Simms and married him in 2010. Then, after getting divorced just months later, she married second husband Jeremy Calvert in 2012.

One year after that, the reality couple, who has since divorced, welcomed their first child, Adalynn.

Simon Saran isn't the only cast member to speak out

Prior to Simon Saran's recent tweets, the mother of Jenelle Evans' former boyfriend, Keiffer Delp, claimed in 2012 that Evans was trying to get money out of MTV after sending the network proof of an alleged pregnancy.

As she explained to her fans and followers on Twitter, MTV was going to pay her for exclusive rights to her pregnancy story and offered her "like 20 thousand." However, after learning that the network would be sending a witness to see the pregnancy proof for themselves, Evans' pregnancy simply went away.

Gary Head also claimed that Jenelle Evans was offered $20,000 to have a baby in 2015.

At the same time, he told his online audience that he wasn't open to having a child with the often troubled reality star.

"Teen Mom OG" is currently airing on Monday nights at 9 p.m. on MTV. Meanwhile, the cast of "Teen Mom 2" is currently in the midst of production on their upcoming season.