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'Teen Mom' Relapse! Rehab Vet Farrah Abraham Posts Wild 'Drunk' Videos, Admits 'Things Got Out Of Hand'

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Sep. 16 2013, Published 4:24 p.m. ET

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Farrah Abraham didn't learn much from her 10 days of rehab.

Just over two months after the Teen Mom turned porn star was kicked out of Florida's Lukens Institute recovery center, Abraham confessed to being "drunk" and "out of hand" during a recent night out in Miami.

Abraham, 22, warned that she was ready to "party all night" during a video post on Friday afternoon. "Big party tonight at Vivid Live grand opening," she said. "So I can't wait to have my girls out and get crazy tonight!"

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And she certainly did!

In two videos posted throughout the night, Farrah screams and drops the F-bomb repeatedly as she gives fans a glimpse of her wild night.


Sep 13, 2013 | Live @VividLive @Keek SNEAKPEAK w/ Lori aka Ms. FabuLust @fabulustparties by f1abraham on

Sep 14, 2013 | PARTY ALL NIGHT #Miami @VividLiveMiami (((Fire!!!!))))) by f1abraham on

The next morning, she admitted she'd fallen off the wagon in a big way.

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"So the Vivid club last night really got out of hand," she said. "I watched some of those videos. Excuse the F word. It kind of gets crazy when you're drunk and it's like exciting, and you know. You know how it is!"

But instead of slowing down she headed on to another party at Boston's The Greatest Bar that very night.

In March, Abraham was arrested in Omaha after allegedly blowing a .147, nearly twice the legal limit of .08.

Following her arrest, she was placed on six months probation and ordered to complete an alcohol education course.

Although she ultimately passed, the director of the program noted that she "had difficulty making eye contact, was standoffish and was sarcastic when answering the questions asked of her," according to a document obtained by Radar.

The program's executive director noted, "Ms. Abraham does meet the criteria for substance abuse."



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