Teen Mom alum Farrah Abraham sports neon thong swimsuit and mask on walk with daughter Sophia, 11 – The Sun

Farrah Abraham made a bold choice to take her 11-year-old daughter for a walk while wearing a thong swimsuit on Monday.

The former Teen Mom star wore a sheer gauzy cover-up and paired her outfit with black and white sliders, and the mandatory mask amid the coronavirus outbreak.

The 28-year-old walked with Sophia, 11, and their two pet dogs to the car before they went to visit a friend.

In recent days, Farrah left fans up in arms after she shared a picture of her young daughter wearing a face mask with a sexual message.

The Teen Mom OG member recently launched a line of face masks amid the coronavirus pandemic, and took to Instagram on Sunday to promote her new line of personal protective gear.

The promotional video showed Farrah and her 11-year-old daughter wearing the different models.

Most designs seemed appropriate for the pre-teen to wear, except for one.

In one of the clips, the former porn star can be seen wearing a black face mask which had a rooster drawn on it with the word "block" underneath – alluding to the sexual innuendo.

Her daughter also peeked behind her in the video, wearing the same face mask.

Redditors took to their social media platform to slam the former Teen Mom star.

One user wrote: "A [sic] clock blocking on an 11-year-old, classy," which was followed by someone else commenting it was "truly disturbing."

Another one replied to the Reddit threat: "It gets worse and worse, doesn't it?"

While another one was a lot harsher and wrote: "I would fully go to jail if I had the opportunity just punch her directly in the face.

"This is absolutely disgusting. My jaw dropped."

Farrah's style of parenting has come under intense fire in recent weeks, after her daughter was caught on camera calling Farrah's fellow Teen Mom star Amber Portwood "Peppa Pig".

She was also criticized for wearing just a bra in a social media video with Sophia, and for placing masks on her two dogs.

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