Farrah Abraham is widely despised on social media, but it's hard to feel all that bad for her, because she basically begs for it.
Like a disobedient toddler, the 25-year-old Teen Mom OG star just wants attention, and she doesn't care if it's positive or negative.
That said, for what might very well be the first time ever, Farrah's 804,000 Instagram followers might be going too hard on her.
Either that, or she's an abhorrent racist.
It says a lot about Farrah's track record that both of the aforementioned scenarios are pretty much equally likely.
Anyway, the latest controversy surrounding everyone's least-favorite sex tape star involves the paranoia-inducing Christmas tradition:
Elf on the Shelf.
If you're not familiar with the Elf on the Shelf ... then your Facebook friends are less annoying than ours, and we envy you.
Basically, it's a holiday "game" straight out of an Edward Snowden fever dream, in which parents hide an elf doll and tell their kids it's a spy from Santa.
Anyway, as she does with most things, Farrah Abraham outdid herself, finding a way to make Elf on the Shelf horrendous.
Fans are accusing her of doing something truly dumb and awful, and we would say that they're jumping to conclusions.
We would. But Farrah is involved, which means the most jackass-y explanation is possibly the most accurate indeed.
Still, it's hard to say when you consider the oddness of this story. Check out the evidence and decide for yourself:
Yes that's two shelf elves with Snapchat filters, one of whom has his face completely covered by a smiley face emoji.
Fans who apparently spent a lot of time analyzing this pic claim that the portion of the left elf that we can see indicates that he's black.
Obviously, if that's true, it means Farrah completely blocked out the black elf's face, a move that may not have had racist motivations behind it.
To some, it comes off as random act of bigotry.
Not surprisingly, because it's her, and it's the Internet, there are some heated debates going on in the pic's comments section.
Many of the arguments revolve around the message that Farrah is sending to her daughter, a frequent area of social media discussion.
Of course, we're talking about the mom who eagerly talked about her daughter's future sex tape (the girl is 7 years old, by the way).
So the best spin we can put on it is that this is very far from the first questionable message she's gotten from her mother.
Low bar ... but a Christmas miracle?
Really, the only worthwhile debate about Farrah's parenting is "Should we call CPS, or send them an email?"