On Tuesday night, Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham was arrested for fighting an employee at the Beverly Hills Hotel. The reality TV star was involved in an altercation when the hotel security guard asked Abraham to leave and she refused. She reportedly stuck the hotel employee during their dispute. According to witnesses on the scene, Farrah Abraham hit the security guard in the face with her forearm, grabbed him by his ear, and then pushed his head when he tried to prevent her from reentering the hotel. The security guard received minor injuries, and Abraham was reportedly intoxicated during the altercation. But the TV personality claims there's more to the story. More specifically, a publicist for Farrah Abraham claims there are two sides to this story, and that we'll hear Abraham's perspective soon.
Page Six spoke with Farrah Abraham's publicist, who thanked everyone for their concern for Abraham and assured them that when Farrah is released, she will release a statement explaining the situation. Furthermore, when Abraham is given her freedom again, she will reportedly focus on her business, as well as her daughter, which the publicist claims is her "#1 priority." Such business includes selling children's toys, as well as some other items which are not so kid friendly. Evidently, Farrah Abraham has a wide net when it comes to her business, and she'll focus on that when she returns.
Farrah Abraham was arrested around 1 AM, where she was held on bail for $500. The charges held against the former Teen Mom include battery and trespassing. Not likely to be one of the reality TV personality's finer moments, to be sure, but she's claiming that's not all we need to know about the situation. Once she's released, apparently there are some more details which will change our minds on the whole ordeal. We'll have to wait to see what this information will be, though.
It should be noted that this is not the first time Farrah Abraham has gotten herself in trouble. There was also a DUI a few years back, where she once again insisted that there was more to the story. At that time, she claimed she was pulling the car around the corner and parking the vehicle. She admitted she was drunk at the time. Farrah Abraham felt the case should've been dismissed. It wasn't. The Big Brother television personality eventually plead guilty to the charges held against her, and she agreed to a six-month probation, another $500 fine and six months sobriety for the incident.
We'll keep you posted on the latest developments with Farrah Abraham, including her own side of the story -- whenever it arrives.
Will is an entertainment writer based in Pittsburgh, PA. His writing can also be found in The Playlist, Cut Print Film, We Got This Covered, The Young Folks, Slate and other outlets. He also co-hosts the weekly film/TV podcast Cinemaholics with Jon Negroni and he likes to think he's a professional Garfield enthusiast.
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