Disgraced Farrah Abraham Whines Again About Her Beverly Hills Hotel Arrest

Jun. 16 2018, Updated 8:31 p.m. ET

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In a new interview, Farrah Abraham continues to whine about her recent arrest, saying she was bullied and harassed and comparing herself to notorious ice skater Tonya Harding!

The former Teen Mom star, 27, spoke on comedian/actor Stephen Kramer Glickman's "The Night Time Show" podcast—and sounded off on the cops once again.

As Radar previously reported, after 1 a.m. on Wednesday, June 13, Abraham, 27, 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.

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The Back Door Teen Mom porn star got arrested. After Abraham's release, 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 on Instagram. "I will never believe the lies that people need to sell to make a dollar off me."

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

And on Friday, June 15, on Glickman's "The Night Time Show" podcast, Abraham went further.

When asked for details on her bizarre incident, she replied, "I just know and am truthful and am honest about what is….I go out for a dinner meeting and we've been in a hotel all day, the same hotel so it wasn't trespassing. I'm just outside on my own and my friends go to the restroom and then I'm harassed by about four to five police officers and hotel staff, which was mostly in the valet area."

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She continued, "And I have to say, I very much try to talk and be as understanding of everybody trying to speak with me but if that was just a normal man or other people on the street interrogating me and they weren't police, I wouldn't have been answering their questions. I wouldn't have allowed them to just take my wallet and look at my stuff. I wouldn't have allowed them to ask me, 'Are you driving?' Are you this, are you that?

"So me being harassed and then targeted once they've seen my license and know who I am and all they can do is lie—what did they say? I battered, is what I read and I didn't even touch anyone and I was standing outside on my own."

"I literally don't know what the situation is everyone is making out to be about me.

"I've never believed the horrible lies that have been said about me and to try to get a mug shot or put me in jail or to do nasty, nasty things to a hardworking single woman…that was really sad," said Abraham, mother to daughter Sophia, 9.

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Abraham bragged on Glickman's podcast that she had gift suites and award shows to go to, "I don't want these negatives running my success."

She also got Botox after the arrest, as Radar reported.

She noted that watching the biopic I, Tonya, about controversial ice skater Harding, who was hit with scandal over the knee-capping incident involving fellow skater Nancy Kerrigan, reminds her of her own ordeal!

"Watching I, Tonya, all those negatives of attacking somebody who has a success, who has a career, and it was all lies and her career was ruined. I just really felt like, some of those attacks happened to me and it's really, really sad," Abraham said.

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