Farrah Abraham has been charged with battery and resisting an officer after an alcohol-fueled altercation at the Beverly Hills Hotel. Now, the former Teen Mom OG star’s friend Phoebe Price is begging Abraham to get help exclusively to RadarOnline.com.
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Price explained how she “couldn’t be her friend anymore” after going to music festival Coachella together. “When you go on vacation with someone you really get to know them,” she explained. “We didn’t have a falling out or anything, but from all the things she has told me and the things I have seen… Until she gets real help she will never have any real friends.”
The actress explained that while Abraham is a “good mom,” she “feels bad for Sophia.” “At Coachella she had my mom that has brain cancer to watch Sophia and then she would leave for hours and not tell anybody anything.”
“She needs help," Price continued. "She said she has gone to many doctors and they say she is fine, but I know she has many issues and she needs help especially because of Sophia. I have known people with bipolar.”
But Abraham, 27, is denying her former friend’s claims, as she told Radar in an exclusive statement, “I don’t drink at all. I’m training two times a day for my boxing match. I don’t speak with her any more as she is jealous of my success. I’m too busy running companies, working on my next shows, films and being with my child. LA is full of negativity and I haven’t spoken with her since Coachella. She’s a horrible person.”
Abraham was arrested on June 13 when the Beverly Hills Police Department responded to a “disturbance.” Abraham refused to leave and engaged in a verbal altercation with hotel guests. Lieutenant Elisabeth Albanese told Radar, “The security officer reported that Abraham struck him in the face with her forearm, grabbed his ear and pushed him in the face as he attempted to prevent her from re-entering the hotel.” She was charged on July 16.
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