Farrah Abraham is the absolute worst, as evidenced by every single thing she's ever done since becoming pregnant at the tender age of 16.
She's terrible -- you know it, we know it, and her fellow Teen Mom stars certainly know it.
For years now, Farrah has had issues with Amber Portwood, Catelynn Lowell, and Maci Bookout.
The feud reached a boiling point in 2015 when the show was revived: originally Farrah wasn't going to be part of it, and when producers brought her back, Maci threatened to quit filming altogether.
Farrah, though she'd never say as much, seemed to be really offended by the idea that she was (and is) so horrible that Maci would leave the show, and since then, she's been at odds with the other girls.
And it certainly didn't help anything when she and Amber got into a physical fight at the Teen Mom reunion show last year.
So now we're in this pattern where someone says something harsh but true about Farrah, then Farrah responds by either pretending she's above it all, or by getting even dirtier.
And that's how we have this brand new interview with Amber, Catelynn, and Maci -- all about you-know-who.
When the ladies were asked about Farrah, Catelynn brilliantly responded with "Farrah who? Farrah Fawcett?"
"She's dead. Rest in peace. She was beautiful. Farrah Fawcett is dead. I love Amber and Maci, but poor Farrah Fawcett. Rest in peace."
Oh, the shade of it all!
Amber kept it real, as always, saying "Me, Maci and Catelynn have always been good. Farrah, she's just Farrah."
"It's kind of like a non-issue, non-thing anymore."
Maci agreed, adding "It's kind of one of those things like out of sight, out of mind."
But Maci -- sweet, kind Maci -- also said "I want the best for her and I think she does bring something to the show."
(Hint: it's ratings. Everyone loves a good trainwreck, and there's no trainwreck quite like Farrah.)
"Not everyone is going to relate to me or Catelynn," she continued. "The more different stories that can come together, the more relatable we're going to be to everyone."
"I just don't really have a relationship with her."
Fair enough, right?
Not for Farrah.
After hearing about this interview, Farrah made a new statement, explaining "I live my life separately and I think that's the best way."
"Like I've said, I think we all need to create our own positive, healthy, happy environment in which they don't fit in. So again, I want no part of their rounds and rounds of immaturity."
If she sounds testy, that's because she gave a similar statement earlier this week after Amber and Catelynn theorized that she "needs help, like severe counseling."
After that interview, Farrah said "I will not be including myself in discussions about what they say or have that circle of never-ending immaturity and unprofessionalism."
"It's unfortunate that I have other cast members who are hateful towards women, and I just don't want to belong or associate with that."
Oh, Farrah. Simple, ignorant, unbelievably terrible Farrah.