Farrah Abraham Exits Jail in Style After Arrest


When they arrived, a hotel security guard informed them that Abraham refused to leave the premises after engaging in a "verbal altercation with hotel guests". Obviously, cops didn't buy that and hauled her away, and that's when she turned on the waterworks. sobbing and yelling, "I'm not resisting!"

According to TMZ, the former Teen Mom star visited the upscale establishment on Tuesday night, where it's reported she got into a heated row with a male staffer.

Prior to her arrest, the reality star shared pics of her day at the Beverly Hills Hotel, including a few snaps of her daughter, Sophia, on her Instagram Stories.

Saran claims his ex has "online profiles on sugar baby websites", and that he was told by her best friend about the accounts after he and Abraham split.

'A source tells us Farrah was heard playing the "I'm a celebrity" card - yelling things like. you should know who I am, ' TMZ stated on Wednesday.

Thanks for always keeping us entertained, Farrah!

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Farrah Abraham was taken into police custody early Wednesday morning, June 13, 2018.

According to the Beverly Hills Police Department, one hotel security officer accused the Teen Mom star of hitting him in the face with her forearm and grabbing his ear. The officers report that Farrah seemed intoxicated.

The security guard sustained minor injuries and was not taken to a hospital.

Abraham's publicist Elizabeth Lloyd said the incident was a misunderstanding and that there was no battery or trespassing. They believe alcohol was involved in the incident.

As the magazine noted, this is not the 16 and Pregnant alum's first run-in with the law. "Going through hell and back, I feel like I have learned a lot". In 2013, she was was arrested in Omaha, Nebraska, and ultimately charged with DUI and disorderly conduct.