Trigger Warning: The article below contains mentions of suicidal thoughts.
California will soon be rid of Farrah Abraham.
TMZ caught up with the Teen Mom Family Reunion star on Saturday as she was standing next to a moving truck, watching people haul her crap out of her Hollywood apartment. Farrah— who, as you will remember, was arrested earlier this month for allegedly slapping a security guard and held down in a citizen’s arrest until cops arrived— claimed she wasn’t able to help with the move because the security guard’s “attack” that night left her physically unable to.
She also says the incident has made her realize that she “sadly” needs to move out of California.
Naturally, as Farrah explained what happened, she used the incorrect words and some of her signature “Farrah Speak.”
“I can’t physically… I lost dysfunction in my upper right side of my body,” Farrah tells the site’s reporter. “I was recently actually attacked and illegally cuffed to some guy.
“It’s just sad losing function,” she claimed later in the video, adding later, “You can’t illegally cuff someone, basically break their arm, tear everything. Like, it is severe, and I hope I don’t have to get next surgery and a shoulder surgery.” (No, that’s not a typo, she actually said “next surgery.”)
Farrah also claims she’s in physical therapy now.
As The Ashley told you earlier this week, Farrah was bounced from the premises of a Hollywood club after reportedly slapping one of the club’s security guards. After she was removed from the venue, Farrah went on to be arrested for battery– but not before finding herself face-down on a sidewalk after being placed under citizen’s arrest.
The female security guard who Farrah allegedly hit recently spoke out, claiming she received a black eye from the Backdoor Teen Mom.
Farrah told TMZ on Saturday that the whole incident made her “really suicidal” this week. She then begins to cry and her father, Michael Abraham, appears out of nowhere to comfort her.
“I just had such a hard time dealing with it,” a sobbing Farrah says.
She then says she’s afraid to go out now because she’s afraid security would “do that again” to her.
She went on to accuse someone– assumingly the female security guard who said Farrah hit her— of defamation.
“I’ve been working so hard on myself this past two weeks since the incident,” Farrah says through sobs. “I guess it’s like defamation when someone says you touched them and I was actually attacked. It’s just scary. It’s scary to be a woman in that position. I was grateful for the police coming.”
Farrah then reveals that she was supposed to “travel and do comedy this year” (umm?) but it appears that won’t be happening because she’s “scared of people right now.”
Farrah once again proclaims her innocence on the night in question, saying she was “doing nothing.” She also schools the TMZ reporter with some of her fancy “law school (but not actually attending law school)” legal jargon.
“Hearsay is not the law,” Farrah explains. “You can say someone did something, where is the proof?”
Farrah says (in her signature “Farrah Speak” way) that she’s decided to move out of California because she’s only received harassment in Los Angeles.
“I have never had— in the entirety of me moving all over, which I love to move, I love to travel, my Dad knows I have never had it in any other state, any other country. It’s only been in Los Angeles.”
Farrah did not reveal where she will be
wreaking havoc moving to next; however, it’s likely that she’s heading back to Austin, where her father Michael currently lives and she used to live during her time on Teen Mom OG.
You can watch Farrah’s interview below!
(Photos: TMZ, Instagram, MTV)