Farrah Abraham screams at Beverly Hills Police during hotel arrest

Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham

Farrah Abraham allegedly put up a fight that landed her with police. "She was a ticking time bomb!" Per the watch commander, Abraham's charges are trespassing and battery. "She was asking for it".

As for Abraham's 9-year-old daughter Sophia, Saran said the little girl "needs a good home" before going on to claim that Abraham frequents "sugar baby websites". "It's really sad. I guess when you have a Fendi habit you got to do what you have to do you to support it", Saran said.

The Beverly Hills Police Department tells ET that at approximately 1:19 a.m., police officers responded to the Beverly Hills Hotel for a report of a disturbance inside the hotel restaurant.

It is believed Farrah got physical with the guard, "hitting him in the face with her forearm, pushing his head and grabbing his ear", after he'd asked her to leave when she got into a verbal altercation with a guest.

Law enforcement sources also told TMZ that Farrah displayed signs of intoxication.

This isn't the first time the reality star has been on the other side of the law.

MailOnline has contacted a representative for Farrah Abraham for comment.

According to TMZ, Nebraska-born Farrah was booked at 1:48AM Pacific Standard Time and is now being held on $500 bail.

Earlier in the day before the arrest, Farrah seemed to be enjoying her time at the same hotel, capturing a picture of herself with Mark Cuban and Australian actress Kate Neilson. Cops reportedly had to drag her kicking and screaming out of a bathroom cubicle. She eventually blew a.147, almost twice the legal limit.

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