Farrah Abraham completes her two-year probation following 2018 tirade

Farrah Abraham completes her two-year probation following a 2018 tirade against a security guard at the Beverly Hills Hotel

Farrah Abraham has put a 2018 criminal case completely behind her, as she has completed her two-year probation on Monday.

The case stemmed from an incident at the Beverly Hills Hotel where the 29-year-old Teen Mom OG star was involved in a tirade against a security guard.

Court records obtained by TMZ revealed that she has completed 12 hours of anger management, 5 days of community labor and paid a $150 fee. 

No probation: Farrah Abraham has put a 2018 criminal case completely behind her, as she has completed her two-year probation on Monday

The original incident took place in June 2018, when she got into an argument with a Beverly Hills Hotel security guard.

After the incident escalated, the security guard asked her to leave, but Abraham refused and then reportedly struck the guard.

Police said Abraham hit the guard with her forearm and then grabbed his ear and tried to push his head as he prevented her from re-entering the hotel.

Argument: The original incident took place in June 2018, when she got into an argument with a Beverly Hills Hotel security guard

When the police arrived, Abraham repeated told the cops, ‘Go f**k yourself,’ before she was placed under arrest.

She even told the cops that they should ‘know’ who she is, though she was booked for battery and trespassing regardless.

Abraham struck a plea deal in November 2018 to avoid any jail time, which resulted in her two-year probation.

Cops: When the police arrived, Abraham repeated told the cops, ‘Go f**k yourself,’ before she was placed under arrest

The reality star was also banned from the Polo Lounge in the Beverly Hills Hotel, where the altercation first started.

However, now that her probation is complete, the L.A. County District Attorney’s Office say the ban has been lifted.

Abraham told TMZ that she has been staying out of trouble for the past two years, and she plans on staying away from ‘problem people’ even after her probation ends.

Banned: The reality star was also banned from the Polo Lounge in the Beverly Hills Hotel, where the altercation first started

Abraham, who was raised in Council Bluffs, Iowa, was cast in the MTV reality series 16 and Pregnant in 2009.

She would go on to star in the spin-off Teen Mom later that year, starring in all four seasons until it wen off the air in 2012.

Abraham also released her memoir and her first studio album, both entitled My Teenage Dream, in 2012. 

Teen mom: Abraham, who was raised in Council Bluffs, Iowa, was cast in the MTV reality series 16 and Pregnant in 2009

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