Farrah Abraham has just hit back at Charlie Sheen with the nastiest reply she can muster – a long rant where she called him an ‘old train wreck’ whose head has been ‘messed up with drugs and hookers’.
As we earlier reported, the Backdoor Teen Mom fame monger was roundly – and deservedly – blasted by Sheen for selling screenshots of the private messages they exchanged last month to the press (See the explosive bashing letter here). In the messages, Farrah had asked him out for a date in order to get a role in his show Anger Management, and Sheen agreed to meet up.
But now, the obviously hurt Farrah released a long rant to RadarOnline, where she hurled insults at Sheen for his inglorious past.
The long rant below:
‘That’s right Charlie you never did tell me I could share my own texts with anyone – it looks like you have control issues because I can do whatever I want and I have nothing to hide maybe you do.
‘I think all the drugs, fame, money, alcohol, and whores messed with your head because your bashing response to me is really uncalled for and makes zero sense.
‘You sound like you have mental issues, (hints maybe you need some anger management counseling) given your disgusting lash out towards my body and my relationship with my daughter which each are both the epitome of perfection,
‘So for a old train wreck like yourself you sit in your own pedestrian troposphere of lame-suck and zero-life, enjoy your dwindle and I wish you all the best at being a good male figure for your children who really need a good male role model in their lives.
‘As well I hope those call girls, pornstars, and goddesses you have around and pay are worthy because its sad you can not have a stable relationship to show your children a good example.
‘I was only being friendly with Charlie because Anger Management contacted my rep and so I thought it would be good to reach out and spend some civil quality time apparently that’s not possible and I will be strictly professional and not speak to other talent in the future because I do not need to be bothered by their crazy personal lives and horrible personalities. I have a bright future ahead of myself I do not have time for this nonsense of drama.’
Not smart, Farrah.
[Photo: NY Daily News]