The reality TV star was caught by the paparazzi leaving the Beverly Hills Police Department tonight. Farrah Abraham was wearing a bikini top and a pair of pants when she got photographed. What happened?
Not too long after the arrest, the Teen Mom celeb took to social media to tell her many followers why she was at the police station.
‘Hey guys, I just wanted to say thank you for all the well wishes and concern. It is sort of sad sometimes when you are out, and you just cannot have fun and others want to attack you and get you all in that trouble. I am blessed by God, and I do not ever want to be attacked again at a hotel,’ she wrote on Instagram.
Apparently, Farrah was involved in a fight while at The Beverly Hills Hotel early this morning.
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.
Not only that but she also supposedly pushed him in the face as the male security officer was trying to keep her from going back into the hotel despite having been kicked out.
So why was she was asked to leave? Reportedly, Abraham got into a verbal fight with some other hotel guests.
The BHPD talked to ET saying: ‘We can confirm that there was an incident that involved a patron in the Polo Lounge this morning. As it is an ongoing investigation with the Beverly Hills Police Department, we’re unable to provide any further comment at this time.’
One eyewitness claims that ‘She [Farrah] thought the other guests were going to be the ones in trouble, but the guard kept telling her to go and she would not leave. She was insistent that the other people were the ones that needed to go.’
Other insiders claimed that she seemed inebriated and demanded the guard to let her stay as she is a celeb.
Upon noticing some reports that put her in a bad light, Farrah Abraham talked to ET and defended herself.
Here’s her newest statement: ‘This was all blown out of proportion. I was a guest at the hotel, and I did not touch anyone. I was targeted, and that is why these men sold stories.’