Farrah Abraham isn’t letting her recent arrest stop her from partying it up! The former Teen Mom OG star made an appearance at a strip club only weeks after her boozy battery arrest.
Abraham, 27, took Atlantic City on Thursday, June 28, to help host the grand opening of Scores, a gentleman’s club, with Mob Wives star Drita D’Avanzo.
Despite the appearance, Abraham insisted she is not returning to the adult film industry. “I know everyone likes to highlight the adult film industry,” she said. “I’m there to support the women who are mistreated in the adult film industry. That’s why I love going to adult clubs. I love keeping things on the up and up in the most positive way. Others try to persuade me into working in the porn industry, but that is not where I work.”
The appearance comes weeks after Abraham was arrested on June 13. The Beverly Hills Police Department responded to the Beverly Hills Hotel for a “disturbance” involving Abraham at 1:19am. “A male adult hotel security officer reported that he asked Abraham to leave the hotel after she refused to disengage from a verbal altercation with hotel guests,” Lieutenant Elisabeth Albanese told Radar at the time. “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. Officers noted that Abraham exhibited signs of intoxication during the investigation.” She was arrested for misdemeanor battery and trespassing, She was held on $500 bail.
“I wasn’t charged with anything and I wasn’t arrested or else there would be a mugshot,” she claimed. “A lot of celebrities are targeted. I have to stand up for what’s right. Treating someone in the public eye like that is not okay. Being too happy, police happy, is not okay. How I was treated, I hope no one else is treated that way. I can’t wait to make sure justice is served in the right way.”
Abraham, who was fired from Teen Mom OG because of her appearance on an XXX webcam website and treatment of the crew, is moving on and focusing on her production company. “I am just screen writing away,” she said. “My first film that’s adapted from my true story and memoir, My Teenage Dream Ended. I get to work with great people. I get to focus on scripted opportunities vs. TV reality opportunities. After a decade of reality, I’m ready to move forward into scripted work. It goes hand in hand in my screen writing, directing and producing. In my film, I will be playing parts of myself. From the beginning to who I am now, I am a totally different person. SO initially we will have someone else playing my role.”
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