Farrah Abraham argues with daughter's teacher over make-up
Farrah Abraham argued with her daughter's headmistress over her wearing make-up.
The 25-year-old reality star has revealed she was once pulled into the school for a meeting because the strict principal didn't think it was acceptable seven-year-old Sophia was attending school with various cosmetics wiped across her face.
Speaking on the 'Allegedly' podcast, she said: "You know, when your kids are five or six they already start playing with make-up. And I was the only mother in freaking elementary school getting called in to deal with make-up on her daughter."
However, the brunette beauty wasn't prepared to give up without a fight and even let loose so much with her acid tongue that the principal decided to resign.
She explained: "So I said to them - and I proved my point because then the principal switched schools - I go, 'Well then you should take off your make-up. If you don't want little girls coming to school with make-up then don't wear makeup.' "
However, although her war of words didn't go down too well with the school staff, her point clearly hit home as Farrah doesn't think the principal has worn make-up since.
She added: "Ever since I've seen that principal she hasn't had make-up on her face."
Meanwhile, this isn't the first time the former 'Teen Mom' star - who gave birth to the youngster when she was just 17 years old - has come under fire for letting Sophia wear make-up as she was also slammed with backlash two months ago when she posted photographs online of her child modelling in gingham bikini.
She said: "There's bigger things to worry about than make-up."