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Amber Portwood's hasty exit from "Teen Mom OG" is all for show, according to her mortal enemy Farrah Abraham.

Farrah addressed the new development with E! News on Friday, Dec. 16.

"I'm out of the drama. None of the girls will quit—they like the attention, need the money and their boyfriends need the money too much to quit," the always controversial Farrah said. "I get that Amber is embarrassed of her actions but she flip-flops all the time."

Farrah doesn't believe for a second that Amber is actually leaving the show.

"She will be right back to filming. This is so dramatic," Farrah said. "She could quit and not make it public if she was truly done."

In a series of late-night tweets on Dec. 15 and into the morning of Dec. 16, Amber announced she was leaving due to "unfair treatment."

"Sad to say but I'm not going to be apart of #Teenmomog. The way I have been portrayed and treated is unfair. @MTV sending all my love," Amber tweeted, but she left the door open for a return if her demands are met.

"If I was treated fairly it wouldn't be an issue but it's been nothing but disrespect since the reunion show. Which keeps continuing today," she said. "Nothing has been dealt with or has made me feel any safer to even move on with people who have continuously hidden things from the network. The day I'm shown some respect by the people I've worked with for 8 years is the day I'll be back. I've sacrificed a lot for this show."

While Amber didn't single out anyone in particular, most think she was speaking about Farrah. In a "Teen Mom" reunion show, which aired in early December, Amber threw a punch at Farrah during a screaming match (the punch missed). The whole thing started when Amber and her boyfriend Simon Saran trashed Amber and her fiance Matt Baier.

Chaos broke out as Matt tossed Farrah's dad to the floor, promoting Farrah to say that Amber and Matt were "criminals." Matt and Simon also had to be restrained from attacking each other.

... And the drama continues.