Farrah Abraham Plans To Sue Harvard For Kicking Her Out Of A Writing Course, Claiming They Were “Educationally Abusive”

August 30, 2021 / Posted by:

Teen Mom turned certified fame whore Farrah Abraham decided she would continue to elevate herself and go to Harvard where scholars like Blac Chyna have (allegedly) gone before her. Farrah was well on her way to becoming the next Virginia Woolf because she had planned to study writing at Harvard. But she was kicked out of their writing program and now plans to sue them for discriminating against her!

Because there is no God, Farrah is already a New York Times Best Selling Author thanks to her 2012 book My Teenage Dream Ended. She also “wrote” the Celebrity Sex Tape Trilogy in 2014. And she recently released another book, Dream Twenties, a self-help book which one reviewer on Amazon said:

“I would not recommend this “book” to anyone. I don’t even think it is fair to books, to call this a book. She starts off by asking one lucky fan to get her book to a publisher or someone that will turn it into a tv show, and in return this lucky fan will get some kind of monetary compensation.”

So clearly Farrah is wavering the line between high-class auteur and illiteracy and wanted to hone her skills. Page Six reports that Farrah has claimed to be a part of an online creative writing Master’s program at Harvard taught by Professor Patricia Bellanca. Well, shit went south for Farrah and she was kicked from the course and has really gone off about it. TMZ caught up to her and she complained about Harvard:

Farrah… claims her professor, Patricia Bellanca, played mind games with her by telling her to turn in an assignment without checking it over … then later used that against her in trying to convince her to drop the course.

She also alleges Harvard’s entire online program is a “joke” and a “scam,” while insinuating she may have been racially discriminated against as well … saying she was the “most person of color” in the class.

Farrah is a mix of Syrian, Italian and Danish, just in case you were curious. Farrah said that she went public with her drama after being ignored by the people in charge and is threatening to sue Harvard:

Farrah adds that she’s had no choice but to go public with her Harvard beef, because allegedly neither her professor nor Dean Robert Neugeboren has returned any of her calls or emails.

Finally, she says she’s going to file a lawsuit against the school for what she calls “abusive” treatment.

“I will be taking legal action against Harvard. I properly gave them time. I sadly had to write a review on Niche, on Yelp and on Google Maps because no one was getting back to me… Harvard is a joke. It is a scam. That’s my Harvard review.”

She said, “Google Maps”… No comment. Here’s Farrah accusing Harvard of educational abuse while wearing a Harvard sweater in the summertime:

Let’s talk about her Yelp review. LIKE HARVARD GIVES A FUCK ABOUT YELP! But here’s Farrah’s official Yelp review of Harvard:

Everyone who read that review should sue Farrah for “brain abuse.”

Farrah also included an email from Professor Pat who let her know that she’s out of her league:

Farrah is also mad because Harvard had its credentials removed from her LinkedIn profile. But Farrah added it back to her profile and said she did it because “I pay to go there.

Farrah really is a genius for threatening to sue the home of one of the most prestigious law schools in the country. But the good news for Harvard’s lawyers is that if Farrah does sue them, they don’t have to spend too much on preparing their case. They just have to present Farrah’s Yelp review as evidence that she can’t read or write and victory will easily be theirs.

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