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Shameless! Farrah Abraham Crashes Hamptons Party, Is Kicked Off Red Carpet

Farrah Abraham Crashes Hamptons Party
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Aug. 10 2015, Updated 4:12 p.m. ET

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Farrah Abraham's a party crasher!

RadarOnline.com can exclusively reveal that the controversial Teen Mom OG star, 24, showed up uninvited to Bella Magazine's annual Bella Hamptons White Party on Saturday night at Beautique Southampton— and party organizers were NOT pleased.

Just before host Lisa Vanderpump was expected to make her debut, Abraham, her newly made-over mother Debra Danielson, and two female friends stormed the red carpet, sources say.

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"Photographers just started taking photos because they figured she was just an unannounced guest," an onlooker tells Radar. "Then publicists started yelling 'Stop, stop! You can't be here!'"

"Most celebrities would be embarrassed, but Farrah kept posing and smiling. She refused to leave!"

Eventually, after a chaotic scene, Abraham backed away from the carpet. The sex-tape star and her entourage were either escorted out of the party or left on their own, the onlooker adds.

The outspoken mother to Sophia, 6, took to Twitter after the incident to air her grievances.

"Thanks to the sponsors & Shame on @BellanycMagazine for woman hating at a woman ran event," she wrote.

UPDATE: 

A rep for Abraham tells Radar, "Photographers wanted pictures when jealousy arose from event organizers and started telling photographers to stop taking pictures, as they knew Farrah would take all the attention away from the housewives sic … The event organizer almost started crying as she felt over taken by her jealous emotions towards Farrah. She was rude and completely unprofessional!"

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