Teen Mom alum Farrah Abraham has been making headlines recently, and for all the wrong reasons. Just earlier this week. the reality star was arrested for hitting a security guard. However, she has continued to deny that claim. Now, it appears she plans to take them to court.

The reality star’s attorney, Kia Feyzjou, told TMZ that Farrah’s team is exploring the possibility of a civil lawsuit against Grandmaster Records in Hollywood. The outlet reported that the reason for this move from Farrah’s camp is because they believe she was wrongfully placed under citizen’s arrest by the lounge’s staff.

Kia claimed that the initial citizen’s arrest was unlawful and therefore the real cops shouldn’t have taken her into custody. She also claimed the venue’s security guards who pinned her down to the ground used excessive force in restraining her. This allegedly caused Farrah a lot of pain and distress after the incident.

Just after the incident, Farrah addressed the controversy. She insisted the was a victim and was unfairly singled out. On the other side, the security guard, Megan Armstrong is standing her ground, alleging Farrah did indeed hit her. The guard also shared several photo evidence on Instagram to back up her claim.

However, it’s unclear as of now if Megan is considering legal action Farrah. This drama is to be continued, we’re sure. Thirsty will be on the lookout for more updates.

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