Farrah Abraham: "Research" Becomes Career

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Farrah Abraham was recently hired at Palazio Gentlemen’s Club in Austin as a waitress. The waitress job quickly turned to stripping, which Abraham claimed was solely for research and certainly not a career.

"It’s job shadowing that I hope pays off. In the same way Jennifer Aniston researched her role as a stripper, that’s what I’m doing," She said. "It’s how I get the information to write my books and do my movies.”

Totally believable. It's just a temporary situation, definitely not long-term.

Until they offered the big money.

Now, what was simply research for books and movies has turned into-a career. I know, shocking.

Farrah Abraham was reportedly offered a $544,000 contract to become the club’s celebrity house feature.

Abraham said of the career choice, “I’ve learned that this industry has class, strength, and has taught me life skills to better myself for my daughter’s future,” she told Radar. “I’m thankful and shocked that my job shadowing has lead me to another amazing opportunity,"

She continued, “Palazio Gentlemen’s Club has shown me and other women how we should be respected, treated and cared for and not to settle for less. The owner, management and staff have all been caring and wonderful to work with.”

So Farrah Abraham is now officially a stripper, not doing "research". Take a moment and sit down if you are reeling from shock.

Palazio Gentlemen’s Club is exceedingly happy to have Farrah Abraham on board to help boost business.

“It benefits everybody,” BeBe Montgomery, Manager of Palazio, said of the new hire. “It’s really fun.”

“I hired Farrah as a waitress about a month ago and then we talked about it,” Montgomery added. “She decided to switch to dancing. And then we talked again and came to an agreement for six figures. We’re really happy and excited.”

Well, good luck to Farrah Abraham in her newest venture. Hopefully, she will find what she is looking for.

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Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.

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