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

The Teen Mom alum got into a fight at The Beverly Hills Hotel Tuesday night, according to TMZ. Officers arrived shortly thereafter and made contact with the person complained of, Farrah Abraham.

Sources tell TMZ that Lady Farrah was getting her drink on when all this went down and that when security were trying to escort her from the hotel, she started whining about how she's a celebrity and they should know who she is.

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

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

Farrah Abraham's shocking arrest at the Beverly Hills Hotel has been captured on tape and it includes the redhead firing multiple f-bombs at the cops!

Sadly for her, this isn't her first arrest.

Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham has been arrested at the Beverly Hills Hotel
Farrah Abraham held on $500 bail after arrest for hitting security guard

The website reports that things boiled over to the point that the reality TV personality, 27, struck the man in question, prompting a call to law enforcement officers. She also posted a photo with businessman Mark Cuban and actress Kate Neilson.

"Entrepreneur's workin even at the pool @mcuban @kneilson333 ☀️☀️☀️#summer #beverlyhills #2018 #texas", she captioned the selfie.

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. And not in the way she usually gets physical... but by violently lashing out!

No word on whether the hotel or the guard are pressing charges, but Farrah's bail was set at $500, so I assume she's out of jail by now.

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

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