Farrah Abraham hits back at MORE criticism of her daughter’s bikini modelling

The adult star has been continually slammed for ‘sexualising’ her seven-year-old girl

Farrah Abraham

by Cate Sutherland |
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Farrah Abraham has been forced to defend her daughter’s swimwear modelling AGAIN as outrage over the highly 'sexualised' snaps continues.

The former Celebrity Big Brother and adult film star first shared pics of seven-year-old Sophia wearing makeup and bikinis a few weeks back.

At the time, Farrah commented: "God gave me an extraordinary young lady @sophialabraham I'm so blessed - excited to see all the great things flourish in Sophia's life journey #blessed #beauty#photography."

But the Internet exploded with criticism about her daughter’s transformation into a mini-me 'porn star'.

Fans turned on Farrah, calling out her series of poor parenting decisions and 'sexualiation' of Sophia with waxed eyebrows and smokey eyes.

Farrah hit back this week saying loads of young girls do modelling and she’s proud of what her daughter has achieved.

She told People: "I think because we’re on Teen Mom OG, we get bad criticism, but Sophia’s doing amazing in modelling, I couldn’t be more proud of her."

Sophia is already building a Kardashian-style empire. Farrah added: "She’s opening up her own children’s boutique, we’re selling clothing."

"So the more pictures and more she’s in a positive light and happy with what she’s doing, there’s nothing wrong with embracing how awesome Sophia is.

"It’s being inspired, it’s being creative, it’s being artsy, and I’m thankful that she has that drive."

Not surprisingly, the self-described "momamager" has been accused of using her child to increase their family fame.

But Farrah argued: "I think all of our children are little stars, and if they want to take pictures like everyone does, there’s nothing to judge."

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