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Farrah Abraham had her day in court for the battery and resisting a peace officer charges against her on September 21. After her hearing at Airport Courthouse in Los Angeles, the former Teen Mom OG star slammed Face the Truth host Vivica A. Fox exclusively to RadarOnline.com.
On Fox's show, which aired earlier this week, Abraham tested positive for Barbiturates after her mother Debra Danielsen feared she could be abusing drugs because of her erratic behavior.
Abraham denied being prescribed any muscle relaxants or sleeping aids, as she claimed to Radar, “The drug test was false!”
“I was more disappointed over what Vivica had to do in order to get press for her show,” Abraham, 27, told Radar in the video following the court hearing. “You have a fake audience. You attack women. Your advice isn’t even credible that you’re giving someone.”
She added of drug use, “My doctor looked at everything they gave me there is no barbiturates in there. I don’t take aspirins or muscle relaxers, I’m training for a boxing match!”
“The last thing we need is negativity, derogatory, sex-shaming, sexist behavior and women-hating talk shows,” she continued her tirade. “If she wants to say I’m trash… I work my a** off! I don’t stop working. That’s way more drive and work than a TV talk show where you do fake TV and cause fake problems.”
She then took a dig at Vivica’s age, as she fired at the 54-year-old, “I’m disappointed, especially at her age, I don’t think it’s appropriate. Maybe I’ll have my own talk show!”
But Abraham’s feud with Fox is the least of her worries, as she is currently facing battery and resisting a peace officer charges from a June 13, 3018 arrest at the Beverly Hills Hotel after allegedly battering a security officer in the face.
Radar can exclusively reveal Abraham’s attorney Tiffany Travillion asked to continue the pre-trial hearing because they are still working with prosecutors on the plea deal offered to Abraham last month.
Sitting in the courtroom while waiting for the Commissioner, Abraham exclusively told Radar that video footage proves she did not commit the crimes that prosecutors alleged.
“The video shows I did not resist the officer and I did not batter anyone,” Abraham said. “I was trying to get my phone from the Polo Lounge. If they would’ve given me my phone back, we would not be in this issue.”
The request for continuance was granted. Abraham’s next court hearing is on November 2.
If convicted of the charges, Abraham faces a possible maximum sentence of 18 months in jail.
The plea deal prosecutors have offered include three years of summary probation, which means Abraham wouldn’t have to check in with a probation officer. If she takes the plea agreement, Abraham also would have to complete 26 hours of anger management and perform five days of community labor.
Commissioner Jane Godfrey expects both sides to have conferred before Abraham’s next appearance on Nov. 2.
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