On last night's Teen Mom, viewers watched Farrah Abraham accompany boyfriend Daniel Alvarez on what was supposed to be a romantic trip to his hometown of Austin, Texas. The journey started happily enough with Farrah meeting Daniel's dad and stepmom, and a dinner where she met his friends. However, Farrah pressed Daniel to propose despite having only dated for six weeks, and the episode ended absuptly with Farrah returning alone to their hotel, claiming Daniel had disappeared and ditched her without explanation. She then had to fly home to Florida alone.
Abraham took to her blog to write about the episode, calling Alvarez "immature" and claiming he "needs mental help." Now, Alvarez exclusively tells E! News his side of the story, and what the cameras didn't catch.
"I did watch the episode and have mixed feelings about what appears to be my last appearance on the show. I'm disappointed to see that they [MTV] jumped from a lovely dinner to me ditching her in Austin, which wasn't the case," Alvarez insists.
"The breakup happened after our dinner and after a night out on the town. It began with Farrah completely degrading not only a helpless and innocent fast-food drive-thru attendant but also two of my closest friends. At that point, I chose to cut ties with her and after a brief but direct argument, I sent her back to the hotel with a close friend of mine," he tells us. "Farrah already knew we were done and that I was not planning on taking the same flight back as her. The cameras fortunately/unfortunately didn't capture our breakup, so that is why I believe it jumped from a very merry and high-spirited scene to an unpleasant one."
Alvarez also reveals that he never had any intention to marry Abraham, despite her pushing for a ring. "I've stated before that a healthy relationship has to be cultivated over time and cannot go from a few weeks of dating to marriage. And for me, marriage is a one-time thing so I'm not looking to take a leap of faith over a six-week dating session," he says. "Farrah's name calling and continued badgering of my name has no solid backing and comes out of spite towards me. Actions speak louder than words and we've all witnessed many of hers."
What say you, Teen Mom fans? Is Farrah to blame for the breakup? Or was Daniel way too harsh?