Everyone knows about Teen Mom’s Farrah Abraham’s DUI arrest, but in case you live under a rock, we’ll recap: Farrah was arrested after allegedly almost hitting a police car while driving under the influence on Monday, March 18.
She failed her breathalyzer test, having twice the legal limit of alcohol in her system. With her “good girl” image coming into question, we’ve come up with three ways that Farrah can turn this DUI travesty into a bold move.
1. Farrah Can Admit She Was Wrong and Seek Help
The first step to getting over a hardship or negative press is take responsibility for your actions — admit you were wrong and assure the public that you are seeking help. The Teen Mom star has made it known in her memoir My Teenage Dream Ended that she’s had struggles with addiction.
“I drank way too much, so much that I had blurred double vision,” she wrote. “I found myself in a truck, making out with some boy and calling him Derek [Farrah's baby daddy]. He was going below the belt and I started yelling, ‘Let’s have sex!’… I don’t even remember getting home that night.”
While Farrah has just released a statement about her recent DUI, it couldn’t hurt to get some help and work towards kicking the habit for good!
2. Farrah Can Create and Promote Non-Alcoholic Cocktails!
Farrah is always boasting about her “chef” skills and intends on taking the culinary world by storm, right? Well, she can put her molecular gastronomy skills into crafting non-alcoholic beverages with all the whimsy of a cocktail, without the intoxicant! If Real Housewives of New York’s Bethenny Frankel can have low-calorie her “Skinny Girl” cocktails on market shelves, Farrah can definitely have her own line of drinks!
3. Farrah Can Join Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD)
As mother to 4-year-old daughter Sophia, Farrah can appreciate the non-profit organization that promotes the prevention of drunk driving. By working with Mothers Against Drunk Driving (MADD), not only will Farrah show to the world that she’s completely against drunk driving, but she’s a mother concerned about preventing other children from losing their lives to drunk drivers.
How do you think Farrah can spin her DUI into a positive factor in her life? Tell us below!