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'Teen Mom' Star Amber Portwood Gets Into a Bar Fight

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Oct. 12 2011, Published 11:41 a.m. ET

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Teen Mom’s Amber Portwood doesn’t seem to have changed after taking anger management classes while in rehab. On Saturday, Amber got in a verbal argument while drinking at 59th Street Pub in Anderson, Ind.

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An onlooker says she was drinking and got into a fight with some girls on the dance floor of the club, where she’s a regular.

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“Some people can’t handle fame,” a witness tells OK!. “They were on the dance floor, it was crowded on a Saturday night, and she bumped into some girls inside and they got into a verbal conversation and she said, ‘You’re just jealous because I own a house and a car,’ and that made it worse.”

The other girls tried to let it go but the source says, “She just couldn’t let it go!”

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According to the witness, Amber was drinking alcohol, but she wasn't "wasted." And another source said Amber was outside the club early in the morning screaming with a girl.

“She’s just young and I think she likes being the center of attention,” the source adds. “She wants to tell everybody what she has and what she owns and that makes people mad… She thinks she’s better than everyone else.”

We wonder what Dr. Drew would have to say about this?

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