Farrah Abraham Reveals Shocking Rape Confession

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Source: MTV

Mar. 3 2016, Updated 11:20 p.m. ET

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Farrah Abraham exposed the dark side of fame when she revealed that a driver attacked her after a late-night work outing.

"An Uber driver almost raped me," Abraham, 24, said during her podcast Farrah & Friends. "I'm banned from Uber."

The Teen Mom OG star explained how her on-again, off-again boyfriend Simon Saran came to her rescue during the 2 a.m. attack that took place in Long Island, New York.

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"My non-boyfriend threw him in the window and almost broke his car window," she said. "The cops were called."

But the attempted rape didn't end there, as Abraham fled only to have her attacker follow her!

"The Persian dude ran after me," she explained. "'The cops were like, 'You're harassing her' and I was like, 'See I told you!'"

Abraham also discussed Kesha, who lost her battle to be released from her Sony contract after she accused Dr. Luke of raping her.

"Is it really that important that we let ourselves get that far off to get where we need to be?" Abraham said of women being exploited in the entertainment industry. "I've drawn the line. I've said to myself, 'This is not where I want to be and I'm not happy.' It leads to some sort of change."

Abraham explained how she changed her lifestyle by avoiding partying.

"I ran into some bad things because of that, whether it was rape," she said. "Now I don't like to go out at all."

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