Farrah Abraham arrested at Beverly Hills Hotel

Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham

"Farrah will return and continue to focus on her businesses and her daughter which is her #1 priority", read the statement. 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.

Danielsen added that she had spoken to her daughter's father, who said Sophia is now home in Los Angeles, possibly being cared for by a nanny.

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!

She also denied her part in any altercation that occurred at the hotel, saying, "I did not attack, or batter, or hurt or injure".

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Last month, Farrah visited an "aesthetic nurse" to her get her derriere enhanced; she got "butt injections" in an effort to "smooth out" her shape. "No I'm not. Give me my wallet".

The adult film actress appeared to be enjoying herself, posing for pictures with Mark Cuban and Australian actress Kate Neilson at the hotel pool hours before her arrest. "I don't want to be arrested", she yelled. "Nobody's talking to anybody else, do you understand me?" The police report stated, "Officers noted that Abraham exhibited signs of intoxication during the investigation".

Farrah Abraham lit into the cops who arrested her at The Beverly Hills Hotel, but her tone changed dramatically when they hauled her off in a police cruiser - and it's all on video. So far, Farrah is still behind bars on $500 bail. HollywoodLife will keep you updated as more information becomes available.

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