Farrah Abraham Arrested After Allegedly Attacking Beverly Hills Hotel Employee

Farrah Abraham & Sophia

Farrah Abraham & Sophia

The victim sustained minor injury and was not transported to a hospital. This time Farrah Abraham is the one who ended her evening in the back of a squad vehicle.

The reality star was reportedly shouting things like, "I'm a celebrity", and, "You should know who I am", according to TMZ.

Cops arrived at the Beverly Hills Hotel in Southern California after she allegedly got into a fight with an employee. The star is now being charged with battery and trespassing and it is still unknown as to whether or not her 9-year-old daughter, Sophia was present when the incident occurred.

However this was actual reality and Farrah actually hit the security guard in the face with her arm, grabbed his ear, then pushed his head as he tried to stop her from going back into the hotel. As you can tell, it clearly didn't work. This is Farrah's second arrest.

She began sobbing uncontrollably and seemingly was yelling "I'm not resisting" at the law enforcement.

Farrah Abraham With Mark Cuban

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

Interestingly Farrah posted a photo of herself at the hotel that afternoon where she was hanging out with Mark Cuban of all people.

Police also struggled to measure her blood alcohol content with a Breathalyzer test because Farrah "put her teeth onto the tube and didn't provide a sufficient sample".

The Beverly Hills Police Department tells The Blast officers first responded to the luxury hotel after it was reported that Abraham was causing a disturbance inside the hotel restaurant. She eventually blew a.147, almost twice the legal limit.

"We can confirm there was an incident involving a patron in the Polo Lounge this morning", a spokesperson for The Beverly Hills Hotel told E!

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