Farrah Abraham Says Daughter Is 'Number One Priority' Following Arrest

Teen Mom OG Farrah Abraham Arrested

Farrah Abraham Says Daughter Is 'Number One Priority' Following Arrest

As we previously reported Farrah was arrested after she allegedly hit a security guard who told her to leave the Beverly Hills Hotel restaurant after she was accused of a "verbal altercation with hotel guests". Officers arrived shortly thereafter and made contact with the person complained of, Farrah Abraham. Additionally, a source who overheard the incident told TMZ that Farrah pulled the old, humiliating "I'm a celebrity" and "you should know who I am" cards during the melee.

Abraham is now being held on $500 bail at Beverly Hills Jail. 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.

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

It's not the first time Farrah has faced arrest. She also posted a photo with businessman Mark Cuban and actress Kate Neilson.

Teen Mom OG Farrah Abraham Arrested

The Beverly Hills Hotel communications director told Us in a statement that there was "an incident involving a patron in the Polo Lounge" and confirmed there is an ongoing investigation with police.

She also took to the image-sharing app to upload video and snaps of herself dining by the hotel's glistening swimming pool with her daughter Sophie and her pal.

Abraham left Teen Mom OG behind mid-season this year after being faced with the choice to continue starring in the MTV show or continue appearing in her role as an adult entertainer. She later said, "I am not resisting you".

She explained in the clip, which she shared with her 1.3 million Instagram followers: 'This booty cheek's done.

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