According to a report from TMZ.com, Farrah Abraham is going to court to explain herself. The reality star received two charges from the LA District Attorney’s Office.
As it was previously reported, Farrah allegedly hit a security guard and yelled at the police while at a hotel one night at the beginning of the month. The authorities charged her with battery and resisting arrest from an officer – both are misdemeanors.
If Ms. Abraham is convicted of all counts, she’ll have to go to jail for approximately 18 months. TMZ was the first publication to reveal that Farrah got herself into trouble with the police while at The Beverly Hills Hotel.
Farrah supposedly was bothering other hotel guests, when the security guard came to subdue her, and that’s when the situation became heated. Farrah began fighting back against the guard, struck him, and the police were called.
When the authorities arrived at the scene, she started to cry and pleaded for them not to take her away. Abraham told the police, “Go f*ck yourself.”
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And just a week later, Farrah got in trouble again when she started beefing with another reality star from Mob Wives. Farrah and Drita D’Avanzo met at a dinner party one night, and the next morning, Drita woke up and found out Farrah had been bad-mouthing her on the ‘Gram.
D’Avanzo threatened her so much, that Farrah filed a restraining order for protection. The Mob Wives alum told Abraham that she chose the wrong person to mess with, and it looks like from the restraining order Farrah filed, she took that threat to heart.
This is just the latest dilemma faced by the Teen Mom alum. After getting the ax from MTV, Farrah sued Viacom – MTV’s parent company – for sexual discrimination, stating that MTV threatened her and used sexual stereotypes as a means for unlawful firing.