Farrah Abraham recently backed out of a fight.
But now the former Teen Mom OG star may have a different sort of legal battle on her hands.
The often-mocked, occasional amateur porn star had been scheduled to take part in a celebrity boxing match against Nicole "Hoopz" Alexander this upcoming Saturday night in Atlantic City.
Farrah had been sharing photos and videos of herself training and preparing for the bout and everything.
But then Abraham dropped out of the event last week, alleging that the promoters renegged on promises to pay for airfare and hotel rooms for many of Farrah's loved ones.
In an interview with TMZ, Abraham said that the organizers of the match were in "breach" of a contract that stipulated they would cover these expenses -- and she also referred to them as "awful" people.
Hilariously, in this same interview, Farrah said she was the only person associated with the match who is "for the anti-bullying cause," which (also hilariously) is what the match is meant to promote.
The promoters have since moved on, announcing that Mob Wives star Natalie DiDonato will be taking Farrah's place...
... but they aren't done with Farrah quite yet.
An attorney representing promoter Damon Feldman has sent a cease and desist letter to Farrah, threatening to sue her if she keeps trash talking him and the event, which is still scheduled for November 10.
In the letter, which has been obtained by TMZ, the lawyer claims that Feldman kept his end of the deal, having paid Farrah's fees up front and provided training and equipment.
He even says Feldman agreed to pay for a suite of rooms for Abraham's guests -- something he did to be nice, not because he was contractually obliged to do so.
That supposed contract "breach" that Farrah alleges?
All those flights and tickets and rooms she claims she was promised by the organizers?
They are just examples of Abraham acting like a diva, thinking she's legally entitled to various things and looking for any excuse she can to back out of the fight.
But Farrah's manager doesn't seem concerned about potential legal action against his client.
"This letter is utterly hilarious coming from these janky promoters pretending to be a boxing organization," says David Weintraub, adding:
"We wish them lots of luck trying to enforce our rights and ability to speak freely about the absurd way they handled their amateur business over the course of this deal."
Speaking to TMZ, Weintraub concluded as follows:
"Bottom line, they have no money, they have no pay-per-view deal, they aren't selling tickets and couldn't even afford proper travel, accommodations or security for my clients, hence that's why they are in breach and she isn't fighting.
Does he have a message for the promoters?
"Enjoy your flop fight Saturday."
Well, darn. Now we don't know what to do.
We have no interest in watching this fight -- but now we sort of want to buy tickets just to screw with Abraham, you know?
This is a tough one.