Farrah Abraham Pleads Guilty To Resisting Police In Beverly Hills Hotel Arrest!

Farrah Abraham can’t stay out of trouble…

Following her June arrest at The Beverly Hills Hotel, on Friday, the Teen Mom OG alum plead guilty to one misdemeanor count of resisting, delaying, or obstructing a peace officer.

According to Los Angeles Deputy District Attorney Peggy No, the MTV star was sentenced to two years of summary probation and five days of community service or labor. She was also ordered to complete 12 hours of anger management, and to stay away from the hotel’s Polo Lounge.

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However, in a statement to US Weekly on Friday, the troubled reality TV personality says she has completed her courses. She said:

“I’ve completed my anger management, respecting my probation and will not be putting myself around people who do not have my best interests.”

Sadly, Farrah’s drama is far from over…

According to TMZ on Friday, Abraham is reportedly refusing to fight in a November 10 boxing match against Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander in Atlantic City.

Via sources, when the 27-year-old signed her deal, promoter Damon Feldman allegedly agreed to hotel, travel, and flight accommodations for her friends and family.

Although there was reportedly never a specific amount of rooms, tickets, and flights agreed to in the contract, Feldman allegedly made a promise to Farrah and her team. In total, she was reportedly supposed to get 32 hotel rooms, 6 plane tickets, and a couple dozen fight night tickets.

However, Feldman reportedly told Abraham that he couldn’t deliver the requested items, which is why Farrah is refusing to fight.

According to the publication, Feldman and fight investor Samantha Goldberg say Farrah’s contract never specified she would get accommodations for friends and family. They even say she made ridiculous demands just last week.

If she does in fact back out, they say there will be severe consequences.

Farrah, Farrah, Farrah!!

[Image via Adriana M. Barraza/WENN.]

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