Palin was thrust into the spotlight when her pregnancy was announced during her mother, Sarah Palin's, unsuccessful run for vice president alongside John McCain in 2008.
Bristol became a mom at the age of only 17 when she gave birth to her now 9-year-old son Tripp Johnson.
A source close to production confirmed to ET on Thursday that the 27-year-old reality TV personality has signed on as a regular on the show.
Giving Us Weekly a piece of her mind in the "swipe up" link, Abraham, who was sacked from the show last season, said: 'I don't care as there's no replacement for me, as we all know'.
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Farrah also said she wished "Bristol and her children safety as Morgan Freeman is a evil person".
Palin has previously appeared on two seasons of Dancing with the Stars and had her own Lifetime docuseries Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp in 2012. "I don't care as there's no replacement for me, as we all know". In 2015, she got engaged to Marine veteran Dakota Meyer.
The loss that Farrah Abraham is referring to is that of her beloved dog, Blue.
As fans know, this isn't Palin's first TV gig.
There is no doubt that she'll have a lot to bring to the table on Teen Mom. "It took hearing your heartbeat for a positive pregnancy test to really mean anything to me".