Teen Mom Farrah Abraham's mother Debra, 64, looks unrecognizable in throwback photo from early season of MTV show

TEEN Mom fans were shocked over Farrah Abraham's mother Debra's unrecognizable appearance in a throwback photo from her early years on the show.

The 64-year-old underwent a drastic transformation since her time on the MTV series.

A Reddit user compared the reality star's look from her days on the small-screen to today in two side-by-side snaps.

The TV star used to rock a wavy, full hairstyle and simple eye make-up when viewers first saw her on 16 and Pregnant in 2009.

In a more recent photo, Deb showed off a more youthful look with smoother facial features and straight golden blonde hair.

Just like her daughter, Deb has evolved over the years from Farrah's 12-year-old daughter Sophia's grandmother to a recording artist.

The rapper now goes by her stage name DebzOG as she recently released her first album titled Rhebɘl back in November.

Deb was called “embarrassing” by haters when she posted a video dancing in a see-through shirt and pants while wearing a bra and thong in celebration of her album. 

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She brushed off the backlash telling The Sun: “That’s why I’m a rebel! You need to feel good about who God created you to be. You need to be that person. That is the reason I did that video. I want people to feel good about themselves. Not everyone needs plastic surgery or mommy makeovers. I’m about feeling good and positive about yourself.

“What are these haters so afraid of? Do something like this that you always dreamed of doing and see if it makes you feel good. Are you afraid to be happy? Let’s go do something you always dreamed of and make it happen! 

“I make my music videos quirky. I want people to think. I have a social commentary in each one. If people who are haters miss it, I’m excited for people who get it and write me and say that’s the story and yeah I agree with you.”

The mom-of-two has also altered her wardrobe since her Teen Mom days, becoming known for her revealing and innovative outfits. 

For her White Woman’s Rap music video, she wore nipple pasties and a see-through top with leather shorts.

Deb told The Sun about the album: “I’m doing things differently and unexpectedly. The new album is about bad relationships and overcoming them and believing in yourself. It’s about being empowering and inspiring and sure about yourself.”


Farrah’s mom has previously defended her music to The Sun, including her White Woman’s Rap music video, as fans criticized her scantily-clad outfits and “off the rails” dance moves. 

Deb said of her work: “A lot of people don’t realize I am a singer and rapper. I’m not on drugs, I’m not high, I’m an artist.

"I love music. What you see in my videos is who I am. I want this to be about my music and my music career.”

She continued: “The fact that I am in my own lane. I’m trying to encourage and inspire people who have dreams and feel like they are too old or not talented enough.

"I am here to tell them they have to believe in themselves. That’s the point of my music. To have courage, tenacity and to just do it.”


The mother-daughter pair have been estranged since May 2021, as their family issues were a storyline on Teen Mom OG. 

Deb recently gave an update on her relationship with her daughter on her YouTube channel. 

During an interview with Farrah’s childhood friend Tyler Cooksey, Deb said: “Unfortunately as a mom… it was really hard for me to let go. Whenever you love people, you never want to let them go. 

“Farrah grew up, she turned 30… You have to make a choice. I had to make a choice that I need to be treated with common courtesy and respect. And if that’s not happening that means I don't respect my own self. So I had to call a time out. I can’t put up with this.

“Right now I am not talking to Farrah because of an incident that occurred. I felt really hurt and disrespected. I am praying for resolution and I would love nothing more than to have restoration. But I have to be treated with kindness and respect.”


The 30-year-old made headlines this week after she was arrested while at Grandmaster Records in Hollywood for "slapping a security guard.”

The fired Teen Mom OG star has an upcoming court hearing for the battery arrest in May 2022. 

Farrah’s estranged mom exclusively told The Sun: “I'm afraid for my Sophia and am always praying for a miracle.

“Bad behavior has consequences and you have to treat people with respect. People who don't have to get corrected.”

Deb ended by saying that her daughter believes she is “always the victim.”


An eyewitness told TMZ that someone in the club allegedly assaulted them, noting that the person was described as a Farrah “hater."

The MTV alum allegedly became hostile and was asked to leave the club.

However, she refused and allegedly slapped the security guard.

A source told the outlet that cops weren't initially called to the scene, though someone called for paramedics.

Once the paramedics arrived, someone presumed to be the ex MTV star allegedly became so aggressive that police officers had to be called in for backup.

The outlet claimed that someone made a citizen's arrest.

Farrah was then taken into custody and released soon after.

The TV personality posted a video of her being pinned and held to the ground, as she attempted to break free during Sunday's incident.

She said in the caption that she was "ganged up on," accusing her friend who made the dinner reservation of "conspiring an attack."

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