Farrah Abraham is no longer a member of the Teen Mom franchise.
The polarizing ex-reality star was fired well over a year ago due to her refusal to stop filming soft porn videos.
But this doesn't mean Abraham doesn't still have opinions on the Teen Mom franchise, especially when two prominent members of that franchise have recently been in the news.
Jenelle Evans just regained custody of her kids after losing them for several weeks due to the dangerous environment she's created at home.
Amber Portwood, meanwhile, may now lose custody of her young son after getting arrested on felony assault charges.
Where does Abraham stand on these women and what has gone wrong for them?
The disgraced star was asked this question by TMZ and was very happy to provide a few answers...
Farrah's Got Takes!
Abraham has never met a camera she didn't want to speak to. In this case, she was approached on the street by TMZ, with daughter Sophia by her side.
What is a Hatchet?!?
The interview started with Farrah being told Amber attacked boyfriend Andrew Glennon with a "hatchet." It was allegedly a machete, actually, but we had to mention this because Abraham replied: "What's a hatchet?"
Let's Get to the Heart of These Issues, However
What does Farrah think of Amber's arrest? Of her reported assault against Glennon, while he was cradling the couple's one-year old son?
Abraham Was Not Shocked
“I am not trying to be mean, but I pretty much saw it coming, because Amber doesn’t have custody of [10-year-old daughter Leah]," she said, citing one of Portwood's previous arrests, in 2010, during which she was convicted of domestic battery towards Leah's father, Gary Shirley.
Trying, Yet Failinh
"I'm pretty sure even though she's trying her hardest to be a great mom and have new opportunities to being a mom, she probably lost custody of her new child," Abraham added. "She's just not good in relationships, and still being on Teen Mom hasn’t made her tougher or maybe learn her lesson.”
No Sympathy. At All.
What about Amber having been diagnosed as bipolar? Doesn't that matter here? It's no excuse, Farrah says. “Amber has always sought help, and how much help do you need?" she asked TMZ.