It is a way of adding fuel to the fire.
Farrah Abraham set her Harvard sweatshirt on fire after lambasting the university for alleged “educational abuse” against her.
The “Teen Mom” star, 30, wore a blowtorch over the white sweatshirt in a video posted to her Instagram Story, Instagram feed and TikTok account on Monday.
She captioned the video on Instagram, “Thanks to therapists for the tools over the years to overcome abuse @harvard shirt will fundraise for mental health. Educational abuse, financial abuse is not what I choose nor what I allow, #culture of consent # 1. “
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“So I released this video, we did ‘ATFR’ and then I guess the last few months I’ve just been trying to find some kind of normalcy that I just wanted to close this whole chapter.”
She then described herself as a “teacher”, writing: “I will never block anyone out of the zoom, or lie or intimidate a student and fraud with money like Harvard and many others, so I am now reading about this epidemic #discrimination is illegal. #law #Omaha NE miss you! On the way to #massachusetts, “she added. “Students, I have received your messages and emails, I am sorry and I sympathize with the educational abuse! Take action on the laws and the laws will be enforced. #Harvardreview #mentalhealth #healing #theraputic.”
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Her 12 year old daughter, Sophia, commented: “Legendary”.
Page Six reported Monday that she had received no credit for her “intermediate screenwriting” and “humanities writing” courses.
Her drama with the college resumed after she threatened to sue Harvard Extension School for “educational abuse” over the weekend.
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The MTV alum alleged that her teacher kicked her out of a class without explanation after she returned a “class activity” without checking it at the teacher’s suggestion.
She first targeted the school after LinkedIn withdrew her degree because she couldn’t provide proof that she was enrolled at Harvard.
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When we asked her at the time why repost the credentials after they were deleted, she said, “I’m paying to go.”