Just days after the former Teen Mom OG star spoke with PEOPLE about Stay, she has ended her romance with the Hollywood stuntman.
“I need to watch whom I date as many men target me for my success,” she told Radar. “I’m focused on work right now, between TV and film projects.”
“I wish him well, but I’m not rushing into relationships,” said Abraham. “I like to take my time to do it right for myself and for my daughter. Being the best parent I can be is my priority.”
Abraham, who is the single mother of 9-year-old daughter Sophia, told PEOPLE that she was “super lucky” to be in a relationship with Stay, who has worked on movies like Pitch Perfect 3 and Logan. “When you find someone and you have that connection, I think [that] is so rare.”
She added: “He’s pretty amazing — hopefully he will ‘stay’ around.”
The MTV personality previously was linked to her on-again, off-again boyfriend Simon Saran for more than two years, but the pair called it quits in April 2017. Her relationship with Saran was the first to be documented on the show since her high school boyfriend, Derek Underwood, died in a car accident two months before their daughter Sophia was born.
“When I met Sophia’s father, it was like love at first sight,” she said.
“Luckily, I’ve been blessed to work around some great people and met [Aden] and it was kind of like love at first sight again. I honestly felt for a while I didn’t deserve to have an amazing relationship or if that would ever happen,” Abraham said. “So if I was single for the rest of my life, I was more than prepared to enjoy that journey.”
Her split comes on the heels of her lawsuit against Viacom. After announcing she was “moving on” from the MTV series in January, blasting the show as “hateful” and “horrible,” the reality star is taking legal action, suing parent company Viacom for $5 million.
According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Abraham claims she was fired because of her decision to work in the adult entertainment industry. The 26-year-old previously released sex tapes with Vivid Entertainment in 2013 and 2014 with porn star James Deen, and since then, she has done adult webcam shows and appearances at strip clubs. She has also endorsed sex toys.
“We respect Farrah’s decision to pursue other endeavours and we wish her the best,” a Viacom spokesperson told PEOPLE. “Regarding her suit, the claims are without merit.”
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