Farrah Abraham Kicked Out of Rehab Early For Being a “Disruptive Influence”: Report
Former Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham was reportedly asked to cut her 10-day rehab stint short because she was being a "disruptive influence" on other patients.
The 22-year-old was undergoing treatment for alcohol abuse at The Lukens Institute in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, but after causing a few problems, she was allegedly asked to leave Monday night — two days before she was expected to finish the course.
Here's what Farrah was doing: she got involved in an argument with a nurse, tried to take photos of another patient, Tan Mom, during group therapy, and upset fellow patients and counsellors — who complained to management that she acted like a bully.
“She will still graduate from the program, but in less time than it typically takes because her behavior became challenging,” a source told Radar.
The source also says that the rehab center had first tried to evict her on July 3, and that this is a "long time coming." The source continues, "Farrah pleaded with them to stay last week and pledged her commitment to the program."
The center offered her a second chance, but her last uproar, inviting a paparazzi photographer to come and take photos of her, was the last straw.
Here's hoping she got the help she needed and is going to get better.