Farrah Abraham Booted Out Of Rehab Center, Accused Of Being 'Disruptive Influence!'
Farrah Abraham‘s troubles continue to deepen!
The 22-year-old has been asked to cut short her ten day stay in rehab after being accused of being “a disruptive influence” on other patients.
RadarOnline.com is reporting that Farrah was asked to leave The Lukens Institute in Palm Beach Garden on Monday night—where she was being treated for alcohol abuse—two days before she was scheduled to complete treatment.
“She will still graduate from the program, but in less time than it typically takes because her behavior became challenging,” a source says.
“This was a long time coming… Farrah pleaded with them to stay last week and pledged her commitment to the program.
“Lukens was reluctant but offered her a second chance. The staff didn’t throw her out then because they wanted her to get the treatment that she needs.”
According to RadarOnline the decision was made after a number of infractions by Farrah, including—an argument with a nurse, trying to take a photo of the infamous Tan Mom who was also undergoing treatment at the facility and complaints from fellow patients and counselors who complained Abraham “was acting like a bully.”
Staff at Lukens reportedly wanted to evict the Teen Mom star on July 3, but decided to give her a second chance—she blew that though on Monday after allegedly inviting a paparazzo onto the grounds of the treatment center to take photos of her.
According to RadarOnline, Farrah was asked to leave the main rehab center but was given the option of continuing her treatment at one of their surrounding properties, but chose instead to leave completely.’
“Farrah could have stayed on the grounds of Lukens and had access to their facilities, the chefs and the center’s a la carte menu, but instead she opted to stay at a hotel,” the source says.
“Still, she demanded the same luxuries that the center offers its patients be available to her at the hotel.”
This is the second time the reality star turned sex tape vixen has been accused of troublesome behavior while in treatment.
Following her DUI conviction earlier this year, Farrah was enrolled in a court ordered alcohol education class in Texas, where the course director accused her of having “difficulty making eye contact” and being “standoffish and sarcastic when answering the questions asked of her.”
Before checking into rehab last month Farrah told RadarOnline that she was committed to undergoing treatment and straightening out her life.
“At this time in my life, I need to stay focused on the positive to get through all of the negative that a DUI has caused in my life,” she said. “I’m 22 and I want to make better choices and ensure I can recognize when I am putting myself in a bad situation next time.”
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