Farrah Abraham Arrested After Allegedly Attacking Beverly Hills Hotel Employee

Farrah Abraham was arrested for striking a hotel security guard

According to the Beverly Hills Police Department, she is now in custody.

Us Weekly has reached out to Abraham and the Beverly Hills Police Department for comment. Officers arrived shortly thereafter and made contact with the person complained of, Farrah Abraham. The security officer reported that Abraham struck him in the face with her forearm, grabbed his ear and pushed him in the face as he attempted to prevent her from re-entering the hotel. The security guard sustained minor injuries but was not transported to a hospital.

Farrah Abraham was arrested early Wednesday morning after she drunkenly struck a security guard at a hotel, the Beverly Hills Police Department told Fox News. The officers report that Farrah seemed intoxicated. She is being held on $500 bail.

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According to TMZ and law enforcement sources, the star got into a heated argument with a male staffer at the hotel, things got so heated that the star allegedly assaulted the employee and the police were called. And on top of all this, their source tells them that Farrah was trying to pull the "celebrity card".

TMZ reports that Farrah is being booked for "battery and trespassing".

Not shockingly, we're told cops believe alcohol was involved.

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