Farrah Abraham calls Harvard ‘educationally abusive,’ plans to sue

Farrah Abraham is ready to sue Harvard after she was blocked from an online course by an allegedly “educationally abusive” professor.

The former “Teen Mom” claims that while taking an online course as part of a creative writing Master’s program with professor Patricia Bellanca, she was kicked out with no explanation. Abraham claims that Bellanca encouraged her to turn in a “class activity” without proofing it, then used the assignment as an excuse to suggest she drop the course altogether, as explained to TMZ.

Abraham, 30, who said she was dealing with “haters” in education, also claimed that there were high school students attending the same online course as her.

“I will be taking legal action against Harvard. I properly gave them time,” she told a TMZ camerawoman while wearing a Harvard sweatshirt. “I sadly had to write a review on Niche, on Yelp and on Google Maps because no one was getting back to me.”

Farrah Abraham in 2019
“That was an awful environment to do school in,” Abraham said about attending Harvard.
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Abraham is also claiming discrimination against younger women, teen moms and said that she was the “most person of color” in the course. For reference, she is of Syrian, Italian and Danish descent.

“Harvard is a joke. It is a scam. That’s my Harvard review,” she added.

Abraham’s issues with Harvard began in May when LinkedIn removed the school from her credentials because she couldn’t provide proof that she was a student. When she later added the university back to her profile, Page Six reached out to ask why and she responded: “Cus I pay to go there.”

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