Teen Mom' star Farah Abraham was arrested in Los Angeles on Saturday night for allegedly slapping a security guard.
A representative for the Los Angeles Police Department confirmed to Fox News Digital that the reality TV star was detained after a civilian was arrested while partying at a nightclub.
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Police told Fox News Digital that Abrahams was arrested and booked after officers answered a battery call at the club. Security at the location was told that there was a possible fight on the roof of the establishment. When the guards tried to get Abraham out of the place, he slapped one of them.
Security called the LAPD and placed the suspect under [private persons arrest] PPA arrest," said a statement from the Los Angeles Police Department.
Farah Abraham was arrested in Los Angeles for allegedly killing a security guard.
According to TMZ, which first reported Starr's arrest, someone at the club allegedly had a fight with Abraham and his friend.
When security arrived, the star reportedly turned belligerent and was asked to leave the club. At some point, he slaps a guard prompting him to call the police and take him into custody at the scene.
Abraham on Sunday shared a video of the incident on her Instagram, in which she is seen struggling on the ground with a security guard above her. He also alleged that the dispute was pre-planned by others.
I post this as this that no woman or man should ever be beaten, abused, conspired, gang up, set up, recorded and video sold. I am putting a restraining order on @antonelloparloto livebad who It made dinner reservations and conspired. With the staff of @grandmaster_recorders attacked himself because it was a "private persons arrest" complete setup," she wrote.
The star lamented that she was "assaulted, hurt, I was attacked by men, and beaten. Harassed, battered, and conspired as a paying client as a single mother." He called the club again and demanded to fire its management. He also thanked the police for "saving" him.
She concluded: "Woman it's a scary insecure world we live in, acting on our rights and always caring about others, even when everyone hurts and attacks you. You are resilient. And you are stronger then all the weak people who hurt and hurt us."
There is currently no word on whether he will be formally charged, but the outlet reports that he was released from custody shortly after the incident.
This is not the first time in recent years that Abraham has been in trouble with the law. In 2018, he pleaded guilty to a misdemeanor charge stemming from a scuffle with a Beverly Hills hotel security guard in June of that year.
As a result, the former "Teen Mom" star was sentenced to two years' probation and five days of community labor. In addition, according to Use Weekly, Abraham was "ordered to complete 12 hours of anger management and to stay away from the Polo Lounge at the Beverly Hills Hotel."
Police told Fox News Digital at the time that the circumstances of his 2018 arrest were largely identical. After an argument with a hotel guest, he had a physical relationship with an employee, for which the police were called.