Brian Dawe is making (not at all) surprising allegations regarding his “relationship” with Farrah Abraham, claiming it was all a farce staged to get on VH1.
Dawe claims the “faux-mance” was solely for the purpose of appearing on Couples Therapy, but at the last minute, he couldn’t go through with it.
“I got myself in this situation because I was only thinking about the profit I would be making from doing this show. That was wrong,” Dawe lamented.
“In the back of my head, I realized I could not participate in a TV show that would further exploit Farrah, and where I would have to lie to be involved.”
On the Couples Therapy season premiere, she was stood up by Brian. Her fake relationship was mocked by Jenelle Evans and others on Twitter.
Apparently, her shock at being alone in the Couples Therapy house was real. Unlike most other things Farrah Abraham has said or done in her life.
So how did it reach that point?
The Orlando-based DJ explained that after Farrah did an appearance at the same Orlando nightclub he was working, she asked him to be in a relationship.
Not a real one, just for show.
“Farrah told me to lie to the network and tell them the relationship was real,” Dawe said, adding that VH1 offered to pay “a substantial amount of money.”
Brian intended to go along with the bogus romance until the moment he was set to board the flight to Los Angeles, where she believed she would meet him.
“I stepped out of the security line and made a life changing decision to stand up for what I believe in and turn down the check I would be receiving for my appearance on this show,” he said.
Immediately after leaving the airport, Brian Dawe says that he fired off an email to the show's producers, informing them he couldn’t go forward with it.
He noted that after watching the trailer, he believes the show faked many scenes, including Farrah saying, “I think he purposely did this to hurt me.”
“I have not spoken with Farrah since she sent me a text after I did not show up on set saying she wishes me all the best and to take care,” Dawe said.
However, the Backdoor Teen Mom star said on Twitter last night during the premiere, “F--k loser boyfriends who use me! & can’t face the truth!!”
So who's telling the truth?
Not shockingly, Dawe.
Radar published a letter sent to Brian by Irwin Entertainment, the production company behind the program, establishing as much and trying to make him comply.
A lawyer from the firm Rowan & Maron wrote that the company was relying on "repeated representations" of his relationship with Farrah and desire to be on the show.
The firm went on to threaten Dawe with a lawsuit ... but add that he could avoid the potential litigation if he effectively continued to live the lie!
The letter to Brian stated, straightforwardly:
"Notwithstanding the foregoing, you may cure your current breach of the Agreement by reporting to set to render on-camera services on the Series no later than October 29, 2013."
He called that bluff, and here we are. Farrah Abraham, exposed by a guy she tried to fake a relationship with for the second time in a year.
Somewhere, James Deen is nodding, knowingly.
As for VH1, they spun this whole thing into Farrah getting therapy solo while others like Jon Gosselin and Ghostface Killah worked on stuff with their partners.
Good times on reality TV.