Farrah Abraham, Courtney Stodden Confronted on 'Couples Therapy' Reunion

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On tonight's conclusion of the "Couples Therapy" reunion, TV celebrity and pornographic actress Farrah Abraham (her Twitter) and TV personality and model Courtney Stodden (her Instagram) were each confronted by other couples for their actions on and off the show.

Abraham and Catelynn Lowell (her Twitter), both stars from the first season of "16 and Pregnant," squared off on tonight's reunion show about how they exchanged negative remarks about the other, mainly on Twitter. Tonight Dr. Jenn Berman asked them what it was all about and apparently both parties aren't very fond the other's decision making skills. Abraham was speaking in regards of Lowell and Baltierra deciding to have another baby, years after they put their first child up for adoption. Baltierra and Lowell fired back saying Abraham has made questionable decisions in her life, which was an obvious reference to her public sex tapes and her line of sex toys.

The three exchanged remarks where they tried to cut deep into their personal characters and lives, where Lowell went so far as saying Abraham "sold her vagina." Abraham was also criticized for showing up to a couples' show without a boyfriend, and even more how she currently doesn't have a boyfriend. Eventually Abraham was given the floor to speak her mind as Dr.

Jenn asked her questions. An emotional side of Abraham, one that the public is not familiar with, was revealed as she spoke with Dr. Jenn, all while other couples chimed in their two cents worth advice and opinions.

Also on the reunion the issues between Courtney Stodden and Doug Hutchinson, and Shayne Lamas (her Twitter) and Nik Richie were dealt with. The main issue that people, including the general public, have with Stodden and Hutchinson is that she was only 16-years-old when she married the 51-year-old Hutchinson in 2011. This drew names such as "pedophile" and "pervert" to be connected to Hutchinson, especially by Nik Richie during the show.

The couple continuously shut down all of the criticism, saying they are meant for each other.

These two couples got into heated exchanges for various reasons, including the exposing attire of Stodden and Richie referring to Stodden as "trash".

In the reunion both parties mutually talked things out, however it was still clear there was still embers burning between the two as a couple of small remarks and arguments arose.

If season four indicated anything of how season five will be, viewers will be in for a wild ride. Season five of "Couples Therapy" premieres Wednesday Sept.

10th at 9 p.m. on VH1. For more information and content from the show visit vh1.com