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Apparently even though Farrah Abraham won't admit it publicly she did tell one of her friends that the boyfriend she was supposed to bring on Couples Therapy was not really her boyfriend but that she was backed into a corner because her first choice and the guy she was seeing at the time of the casting backed out on her because he is still married. The friend was a little iffy on the whole marriage thing as to whether the guy is separated or still living in the same house but just that he didn't think it was right for him to be going on national television with Farrah while he was still married because it might look bad in a headline. Yeah, it does look kind of bad because there is not usually room in a headline to say that someone is separated or to get into those nuances. I'm actually shocked Farrah didn't pick one of the corpses she posed with for that magazine to be her boyfriend. I'm also shocked she didn't think to just come out to LA and find some starving actor who would have jumped at the chance to portray her boyfriend on a national show for mid five figures. Casting a DJ in Orlando who has a girlfriend is not the way to go. Lesson learned.
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