FARRAH Abraham seems to be doing well financially as the MTV star has purchased a lavish accessory for her dog.
The Teen Mom OG alum – who recently started selling her poop in a jar for extra cash – showed off the designer item on TikTok.
Farrah unwrapped the new nearly $400 Versace collar she bought for one of her dogs in the clip.
She flashed the camera to her two dogs, wagging their tails before opening the packaging.
"I'm not playing favorites, but Cupcake or Billionaire is going to be wearing…," she began before revealing the pricey black and gold-studded collar.
"Versace dog collar life, let's get it on them," the TV star excitedly said.
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The clip then showed her dog Cupcake sporting the expensive neck attire.
Farrah gushed over her purchase: "She's ready to Versace this out," adding, "love the collar girl."
The extravagant purchase comes amid the 30-year-old's money struggles where she was ordered to pay nearly $700,000 in unpaid rent on her two out-of-business Texas boutiques.
Farrah and her company F&S by Farrah, Inc, were initially sued back in February 2019 for $101,212.50 after she allegedly stopped paying rent when her two Lakeway, Texas stores Furnished by Farrah and Sophia Laurent Children's Boutique, closed down.
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Last March, the Sun exclusively revealed a judge ordered the fired Teen Mom OG star to pay a whopping $673,205.72.
The landlord, FHF I Oakes at Lakeway, filed a motion for traditional summary judgement on April 2, 2021.
In the court papers obtained by The Sun, the landlord claimed Farrah breached two lease agreements.
The controversial star failed to pay rent for Furnished by Farrah and Sophia Laurent Children's Boutique from September 2018.
The landlord claimed in the court papers that Farrah entered a lease agreement for Suite 400 on March 4, 2016, and Suite 300 on April 8, 2016, for a term of 60 months each.
At the end of September 2018, Farrah “ceased business operations and abandoned both Suite 300 and Suite 400.”
The court papers continued to claim: “In addition, F&S failed to make the required monthly payments under the First Lease and Second Lease.”
The landlord also requested $30,839.50 in attorney’s fees and $369.21 in costs.
On April 27, 2021, a Texas judge granted the landlord’s request, ordering F&S By Farrah, Inc. and Farrah Abraham to pay the $641,997.01, $30,839.50, and $369.21 amounts for a total of $673,205.72.
Fans thought the reality star still faced financial hardships after recently resorting to a peculiar business venture.
Earlier this year, the mom-of-one announced she was selling her excrement to her followers for a profit.
On Howie Mandel's podcast, Howie Mandel Does Stuff, Farrah claimed the idea was a joke and she never intended to sell her poop, though she had plenty of willing buyers.
"I had people offering me $5,000 for stinky poop that comes out of me," she told the host.
"I was just like, 'I don't even think that that could go in the mail'."
Howie then questioned whether it really was a joke, reminding her that she went on to sell her "poop slime" on her and her 13-year-old daughter Sophia's website.
Farrah replied: "Yeah look how good my comedy was and people believed that! They ran with it they were like I wanna bathe in it."
Aside from her stinky venture, Farrah is also pursuing her dreams of becoming a stand-up comic.
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The former reality star – who recently completed a 30-day stint in rehab for trauma from her January arrest – credits her treatment time with discovering her new career move.
Farrah also said the facility allowed her to focus on the positive aspects of her life, leading her down the pathway to comedy.
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