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Farrah Abrahm Arrested For Striking Security Guard

14 June 2018, 12:08 | Myron Mathis

Free as a bird Farrah Abraham looked happy and relaxed a park on Wednesday shortly after her release from jail

Free as a bird Farrah Abraham looked happy and relaxed a park on Wednesday shortly after her release from jail

The "Teen Mom" alum was arrested at the Beverly Hills Hotel in the early morning hours of June 13 after fighting with a male employee, The Blast reports.

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Farrah Abraham for comment.

A source tells us Farrah was heard playing the "I'm a celebrity" card - yelling things like. you should know who I am. She was booked at the Beverly Hills Jail and is being held on $500 bail. The security guard told cops that Abraham struck him in the face with her forearm, grabbed his ear and pushed him in the face as he tried to block her from re-entering the hotel.

On Wednesday her publicist told Page Six, "At this time we thank everyone for Farrah's concern [sic] and will assure [sic] that when she is released Farrah will release a statement on her behalf".

Interestingly Farrah posted a photo of herself at the hotel that afternoon where she was hanging out with Mark Cuban of all people.

Carefree Farrah opted for a summery white shirt dress with embellished flip flops and a white clutch for the outing
Carefree Farrah opted for a summery white shirt dress with embellished flip flops and a white clutch for the outing

In a video of her arrest obtained by TMZ on Wednesday, Abraham is shown screaming and crying at the officers trying to take her into custody. "Entrepreneur's workin even at the pool".

She later denied her part in anything that went down in the hotel, saying, "I did not attack, or batter, or hurt or injure".

"So if you wanna f-ing bulls- me and act like I'm not a real adult, go f- yourself, and go f- yourself and go f- yourself", she told an officer.

Farrah revealed she is "really happy" with the outcome after she sued the media company for $5 million for "wrongful termination of employment" after being let go from MTV's Teen Mom.

She explained in the clip, which she shared with her 1.3 million Instagram followers: 'This booty cheek's done.




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