Farrah Abraham claimed that she was going to Harvard, but then trolls had a field day with the fact that she misspelled the famous Ivy League University’s name.

Abraham’s time at Harvard might have been short-lived. Fans uncovered, and shared on Reddit, a scathing Yelp review of their online courses. This was apparently not a degree she was seeking on-campus.

The former Teen Mom 2 star posted the following review, and if you don’t think it’s really her, then odds are you’re not very familar with her work on reality television.

… as a masters student you pay a higher tuition then everyone else yet share a class with sophomores in high school, associates, and bachelors levels. This is a ivy league lawsuit, scam, fraud. I had to dispute my tuition after the teacher claimed I had a neurological issue yet my other course I was asked to guest speak with effortless A. I would advise Harvard is not a safe nor credible school to attend. Educational abuse, deny student education, unsafe , discriminate, slander and poor mental health and writing and center help. Their own teachers do not know how to teach online! Hypocrite, scam , illegal ivy league joke. Harvard can sell their logo but not their education as they offer nothing to really produce in the real world. Also due to Harvard purposely taking my status of attending for my education on & off of LinkedIn like an untrustworthy scam educational institution that they are it made news with my name, how pathetic people can not even get peace to show their education that far is greater then a Harvard logo on LinkedIn.

We’ll keep our ears open for more updates about Farrah Abraham’s continued adventures in education. Hopefully, she’ll be able to pull down her degree eventually.

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