New video shows former "Teen Mom" Farrah Abraham swearing at California cops before her arrest Wednesday for battery and trespassing.
Abraham, who rose to fame on the MTV show Teen Mom and later gained notoriety after starring in adult entertainment films, repeatedly told officers to "go f*** themselves," before breaking down into tears.
"Why are you provoking me to get arrested?," she is heard saying in the video posted by TMZ.com.
Abraham, 27, can be seen sitting outside the Beverly Hills Hotel surrounded by a group of police officers in the video. Although it's not clear what officers are saying to her, Abrahams can be heard saying, "Where, where am I battering anyone?"
According to Fox News, Beverly Hills police were called to the hotel early Wednesday morning to respond to a disturbance call. Lt. Elisabeth Albanese told the news channel that Abraham refused to leave the premises after having a verbal altercation with some of the guests at the hotel. Abraham then allegedly struck a male security guard, who was attempting to intervene, in the face and grabbed his ear.
Abraham "exhibited signs of intoxication during the investigation," Albanese told Fox News.
In the video, Abraham is initially belligerent before breaking down into tears while officers arrest her.
"I am not resisting you," she screams. "You're hurting me."
She was booked for battery and trespassing and is currently being held on $500 bail, according to TMZ.
It isn't the star's first run-in with the law. She was also charged with driving under the influence in Nebraska in 2013, after blowing a .147 during a field sobriety test, according to Yahoo! Entertainment.
Abraham also starred in Teen Mom OG, until she was cut from the show in its seventh season. She recently settled a $5 million lawsuit she had filed against Viacom, the parent company of MTV, claiming the decision to release her from the show stemmed from her work in adult films.
She began her television career in 2009 during MTV's 16 and Pregnant, when she was featured as a 17-year-old cheerleader from Council Bluffs, Iowa. She has a 9-year-old daughter named Sophia.
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