Farrah Abraham “goes after the establishment”.
That’s what she told TMZ on April 5, 2022, when asked if she was “taking legal action against the woman.” The interviewer was believed to be referring to the security guard who accused Abraham of hitting her at Grandmaster Recorders in Hollywood, California on the evening of January 15, 2022.
On January 19, 2022, suspected security officer Megan Armstrong wrote in a defunct Instagram post about the alleged Abraham incident: according to Monsters and Critics.
The outlet reported that Armstrong wrote in the since-deleted post: “It’s all so embarrassing but I need to stand up for myself, not physically by hitting them back because that would cause problems for me. I really have way too much to lose.”
In her interview with TMZ, Abraham said she’s “just focused on the establishment that hires people and allows them to get so out of control.”
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Farrah Abraham: “It’s up to her and she can die with it”
When Abraham was asked if she was taking legal action against the security guard, she replied: “I’m not worried about people who are basically broke, toxic, damaged, traumatized and affecting me. It’s up to her and she can die with it.”
She continued: “As far as I’m concerned, I go after the establishment. i am smart i am in the law I know what I’m doing.” She concluded, “And I’m just grateful that I was alive. She really should be thinking of herself. But God bless her.”
On January 20, 2022, Abraham’s attorney, Kia Feyzjou, said TMZ that Abraham’s team was considering a civil suit related to the nightclub incident. According to the outlet, Abraham’s team believes she was unlawfully placed under civil arrest in the first place.
Abraham recently spent 28 days in a trauma treatment center
On March 1, 2022, announced to Abraham that she entered a treatment center.
In her Interview with TMZthe former Teen Mom star shared that her experience at the center was “grateful” for her time there.
She told TMZ, “I would say my experience was life changing. Not only did it make my year… it made my life. So I’m not going to cry because I’m just so happy and grateful.” When asked what she’s learned from her time there, Abraham said, “I’ve learned to break through deadlocks and trauma so I can be more resilient. I could have grit – I couldn’t let legal issues that had been bothering me all along get to me.”
After the incident at Grandmaster Recorders, Abraham told TMZ that she’s moving away from California. “I think I need that,” she said. “I’ve never had … it’s ever happened in any other state, any other country. It’s only been in Los Angeles before.”
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