FARRAH Abraham has been slammed for letting her preteen daughter Sophia wear a crop top and dye her hair bright red.
The Teen Mom alum proudly filmed the 12-year-old showing off the new red streaks in her dark hair.
In another video, Sophia wore a crop top and high-waisted jeans while at the hair salon.
While the youngster looked stunning, critics felt Farrah seemed to be “encouraging” Sophia to look older than she is.
One wrote on Reddit: “I can’t help but think Farrah is encouraging her to act/dress much older than she is. She is 12 years old.”
Another added: “Sophia is such a beautiful young lady. I hope she gets far away from the toxicity that is Farrah and her family.”
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A third wrote: “Well, I was the same when I was 12, but my dad would never let me the leave the house with showing skin lol.”
Fans slammed Farrah again earlier this month after she brought the young adolescent to an “inappropriate” yacht party in Mexico.
The ex MTV star shared a series of clips from the outing where where she was drinking on the boat along with three men while her daughter was present.
Fans furiously responded to the photos, noticing that Sophia seemed to be the only child at the party.
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The 30-year-old’s parenting has been under question for a while and their concerns were compounded when she admitted to dealing with Child Protective Services.
In her Dream Twenties: Self Guided Self Help Memoir, Farrah said the agency “threatened to take” Sophia away over her “unsafe” actions as a parent.
Farrah, who was only 18 at the time, admitted she was “threatened by CPS to take my child because of elders’ actions that were unsafe.”
She revealed: “I got kicked out of my house after calling the police for domestic violence, yet the police pulled out a gun and said he was going to shoot my mom while pointing at her head, yet my mom had two kitchen knives in her hands, and I was bloody when I had to talk them both into calming down.
“The cycle of trauma and violence would not continue or someone was literally [going] to die over a call to stop violence.”