Teen Mom's Farrah Abraham Arrested For DUI

Farrah Abraham

Mar. 20 2013, Published 9:10 a.m. ET

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Yet another Teen Mom has heard her Miranda rights, and this time, it's not one of the usual suspects.

Farrah Abraham was arrested in connection with DUI in Omaha, Neb. Monday after she just missed careening into a police car after a sloppy turn, authorities said, according to reports. Abraham, 20, failed her breathalyzer test, blowing a .147 -- nearly double the legal amount -- according to officials.

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Abraham's 4-year-old daughter Sophia was not with her when she was pulled over. It's a disconcerting turn for the beautiful reality star, as Sophia's father Derek Underwood died in a 2008 auto accident.

Over the weekend, Farrah repeatedly tweeted about St. Patrick's Day, referencing her plans and even encouraging her followers to send "that lucky Irish beer" her way.

On Monday -- presumably before her arrest -- the Iowa native tweeted: "HAVING THE BEST DAY EVER!! :) #Love #LIFE."

Abraham's friend Austin Mathouser told us that the gorgeous Farrah was feeling the effects of booze and prescription drugs during a wild night out in Los Angeles, Calif. last summer.

“All throughout dinner and the club she talked about how she does Xanax and Adderall to stay up and energized. She frequented the bathroom that whole night taking them to stay up," Mathouser said. "She got very drunk.

"She was grabbing on guys and girls, and even hit one guy that didn’t want to dance with her.

"She got really sloppy and was throwing her drinks around and yelling.”

With the arrest, Abraham draws comparisons to her Teen Mom co-stars Jenelle Evans and Amber Portwood, who've both made headlines in recent years for their ongoing problems with substance abuse and the law.


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