Farrah Abraham is in big trouble. Per the report, the reality star allegedly struck an employee during an argument.
Farrah Abraham was arrested for striking a hotel security guard. Officers noted that Abraham exhibited signs of intoxication during the investigation.More news: Why LeBron James to the Boston Celtics makes too much sense
Farrah Abraham got busted at The Beverly Hills Hotel for fighting with an employee.
Sources tell TMZ that Lady Farrah was getting her drink on when all this went down and that when security were trying to escort her from the hotel, she started whining about how she's a celebrity and they should know who she is.More news: NBA Draft: Should Cleveland Cavaliers trade up to draft Luka Doncic?
The Blast reports that Farrah was arrested around 1 a.m.
Earlier in the day before the arrest, Farrah seemed to be enjoying her time at the same hotel, capturing a picture of herself with Mark Cuban and Australian actress Kate Neilson.More news: Italian court convicts man over kidnap of model
"Entrepreneur's workin even at the pool @mcuban @kneilson333 ☀️☀️☀️#summer #beverlyhills #2018 #texas", she captioned the selfie. This time Farrah Abraham is the one who ended her evening in the back of a squad auto. Way back in 2013 she was arrested for a DUI. She eventually blew a.147, almost twice the legal limit. She is being held on $500 bail. Cops reportedly had to drag her kicking and screaming out of a bathroom cubicle.
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