Drama is no stranger to MTV's popular reality show Teen Mom, but the arguments and fights that occur on the show typically don't involve the other cast members, untl now. On Friday (Dec. 18), controversial star Farrah Abraham called out several of her Teen Mom co-stars for verbally attacking her in a video.

The video features Catelynn Lowell, Maci Bookout, Amber Portwood, Kailyn Lowry, and some friends enjoying a night out together. It wasn't until the end of the video when names like "b****" and "hoe bag" were thrown around.

Abraham came across a Snapchat video featuring some of the ladies from the show dining out together. After realizing the women were talking negatively about her, the 24-year-old reality star took to her personal Instagram account to voice her frustration and lack of appreciation for the derogatory terms her co-stars used to describe her.

WARNING: the video below contains profanity and foul language.

“Your welcome Loser’s I work with for the money I allow you and your kids to get-this is why your #fake #trash #patheticparents,” Farrah wrote on her Instagram post. “Thank God I have better things to do then this with my time. #RideMyCoatTails I can’t believe Catelynn, Maci, Amber, Kailyn said this about me!”

Lowell is seen toasting with the ladies saying, "To Farrah, that f***ing hoe bag." She then adds, "Amen to that b****."

A trailer for the forthcoming season of Teen Mom hints their might have been trouble on set way before this incident took place. The teaser shows Abraham cursing at the producers and threatening to quit the show. The new season is scheduled to air on Jan. 4, 2016.

A photo posted by Teen Mom OG (@teenmomog_) on Dec 19, 2015 at 2:51pm PST

Lowell took to her personal Twitter account, responding to Abraham's allegations of being a bad mother. Check them out below: