After arrest, Farrah Abraham insists there's more to the story

Brunilde Fioravanti
Giugno 14, 2018

Police noted Farrah was "displaying signs of intoxication during their investigation".

Farrah Abraham was arrested for striking a hotel security guard. It got worse. Farrah then accused the cops of trying to take her wallet and called them out, saying that everything they were doing would end up on TMZ for all to see.

The erstwhile porn star, who celebrated her birthday two weeks ago, was taken into custody on charges of battery and trespassing.

Farrah Abraham was arrested early Wednesday morning after she drunkenly struck a security guard at a hotel, the Beverly Hills Police Department told Fox News. The security officer reported that Abraham struck him in the face with her forearm, grabbed his ear and pushed him in the face as he attempted to prevent her from re-entering the hotel. This is Farrah's second arrest.

When police went to take her away in their patrol vehicle, she started to audibly cry, sobbing and yelling, "I'm not resisting!" She also posted a photo with businessman Mark Cuban and actress Kate Neilson.

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

Farrah also shared videos on her Instagram Story of herself enjoying food from the hotel while poolside with daughter Sophia, who later tucked into a banana split and also went swimming.

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

Another famous reality TV star, Kim Richards, was arrested at the famed Beverly Hills Hotel in 2015.

TMZ reported at the time that Abraham, then 20, was combative with police, "banging her head against the window while yelling and screaming" when she was placed in the patrol auto before blowing a.147 BAC, almost twice the legal limit.

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