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Farrah Abraham says she’s suicidal and injured physically after arrest by security at LA club

Farrah Abraham says she’s suicidal and lost function on her right side after arrest by security at LA club

  • Reality star, 30, was arrested January 15 at the Hollywood venue Grandmaster Records 
  • Abraham said that she was dealing issues related to her physical and mental health following the incident 
  • She said she was injured by security at the venue 
  • The Teen Mom alum said she was moving out of California following the incident 
  • If you or a person you know has suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255) 


Farrah Abraham on Sunday said she’s dealt with suicidal ideations and physical problems following her arrest at a Los Angeles club earlier this month.

The 30-year-old reality star opened up to TMZ as she stood alongside a moving van as she said she’s preparing to move away from California.

‘I’m trying to stay positive about it cause I was really suicidal this week,’ the Council Bluffs, Iowa native said while weeping, adding that she was ‘losing function.’

The latest: Farrah Abraham, 30, on Sunday said she’s dealt with suicidal ideations and physical problems following her arrest at a Los Angeles club earlier this month. Abraham was snapped in LA last fall 

In the January 15 incident, according to the outlet, Abraham was dining at the Hollywood venue Grandmaster Records when a confrontation took place outside the establishment.

After she refused to leave the venue, a security guard said Abraham had hit her, and Abraham was placed under citizen’s arrest prior to police arriving and arresting her in connection with suspicion of misdemeanor battery.

Abraham told the outlet of the incident involving venue security: ‘You can’t illegally cuff someone, then basically break their arm, tear everything, and it is like severe. And I hope I don’t have to get neck surgery and a shoulder surgery, and I’m working really hard on my physical therapy.’

The MTV personality said she’s ‘had such a hard time dealing with’ the fallout of the incident, and has been ‘working so hard’ on herself in the time since.

Abraham earlier this month shared a clip of the incident on her social media

Abraham earlier this month shared a clip of the incident on her social media 

Abraham said that she was dealing issues related to her physical and mental health following the incident

Abraham said that she was dealing issues related to her physical and mental health following the incident

Abraham, who’s also been seen on Ex on the Beach, Celebrity Big Brother and Couples Therapy, said she lost function ‘in the upper right side of [her] body’ in the wake of the incident, and fears ‘security would do that again when’ she goes out.

‘It’s just scary, it’s scary to be a woman in that position,’ Abraham said. ‘I was supposed to travel and do comedy this year and it’s just like I’m scared of people right now.’

She said she was ‘sadly’ moving out of state, as she thinks she needs to right now, adding that she’s ‘never had’ comparable problems in any city but Los Angeles.

Following the incident earlier this month, Abraham said on social media that ‘no woman or man should ever be battered, abused, conspired, ganged up on, set up, recorded, and video sold.’

A court hearing on the issue is slated for May 19.

If you or a person you know has suicidal thoughts, contact the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255), text STRENGTH to the Crisis Text Line at 741-741, or go to suicidepreventionlifeline.org

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