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Farrah Abraham Blames Boozy Arrest On Police & Hotel Staff, Claims She Was ‘Targeted’

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Farrah Abraham is finally out of jail after being arrested for allegedly punching a security officer in a drunken rage — but don’t expect any apologies from the outspoken former Teen Mom.

After her release last night, she went on a social media rant, claiming she was a victim of her own fame.

“I chose this life and I handle being targeted as a public figure & public punching bag,” she wrote in the Instagram post. “I will never believe the lies that people need to sell to make a dollar off me.”

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She went on to accuse the staff at the Beverly Hills Hotel of “misconduct,” and the responding officers of “lying” and “selling stories.”

“Focus on really protecting the public and doing good for Beverly Hills instead of creating made-up problems,” she huffed.

As previously reported, the 27-year-old mom of Sophia, 9, allegedly struck a security guard in the face, grabbed his ear and pushed him after getting into a verbal dispute with a fellow patron at the Beverly Hills Hotel’s Polo Lounge after 1 am on June 13.

“Officers noted that Abraham exhibited signs of intoxication during the investigation,” Beverly Hills Police Department Lieutenant Elisabeth Albanese told

She was arrested for battery and trespassing, and spent nearly 12 hours behind bars before her release.

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