Farrah Abraham doesn’t take her recent arrest lightly.
The Former ‘Teen Mom’ Star Revealed To TMZ on Saturday that she is “unfortunately” leaving California after experiencing “suicidal” thoughts from her arrest at a Los Angeles nightclub earlier this month.
“I’m trying to stay positive about it because I was really suicidal this week,” admitted Abraham, 30, standing next to a U-Haul truck.
“I’ve just had such a hard time dealing with it … I’ve been working so hard on myself for the past two weeks since the incident.”
Abraham – who said she is “afraid of people” at the moment – also told the outlet that she “lost dysfunction in the upper right corner of her body” after the arrest.
“You can’t illegally handcuff someone, then basically break their arm, tear everything, and it’s like serious,” she claimed. “I hope I don’t have to have neck surgery and shoulder surgery. And I work very hard on my physiotherapy.”
As previously reported, Abraham was arrested earlier this month for allegedly punching a security guard at Grandmaster Records in Hollywood after partying there with a friend.
The reality star was asked to leave the club but refused, TMZ reported at the time, adding that police were called in after the arrest of a civilian.
A hearing date is scheduled for May 19.
Abraham later addressed the incident on her Instagram, writing: “I’m posting this because no woman or man should ever be assaulted, abused, colluded, tied together, set up, recorded, and video sold.”
“I am issuing a restraining order against @antonelloparloto livebad who made this dinner reservation and mounted an attack on myself with @grandmaster_recorders staff because it was a complete scheme to arrest private individuals,” she claimed.
“I’ve had a very traumatic year and I don’t deserve to be attacked, bruised, men on me and mistreated. As a single mother, as a paying customer, you must be harassed, mistreated and colluded against @grandmaster_recorders, who must sack their management and security for anyone who contributes to attacking 1 in 3 people.”
Abraham closed her post by thanking the Hollywood police for “rescuing” her because she “needed help” and reportedly “couldn’t even use her phone.”
“I’m looking forward to my law degree and I’m looking forward to going to court. Justice will be served as always,” she wrote. “Female [sic] it’s a scary unsafe world we live in, act according to your rights and always take care of others even if everyone hurts you and attacks you. You are resilient and stronger than all the weak people who hurt and traumatize us.”
If you or someone you know needs help, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 1-800-273-TALK (8255).