Is anyone really surprised by this? Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham has reportedly been kicked out of rehab because of her disruptive behavior.
Farrah was in a ten-day alcohol treatment program, which she was scheduled to complete on Wednesday. Of course, that didn’t exactly go according to plan because of Farrah’s behavior. While she did still ‘graduate’ from the program, she was kicked out two days early because she was having a negative influence on the other patients. According to sources, she was getting into arguments with nurses, inviting paparazzi to the facility, and bullying other patients.
According to sources, “She will still graduate from the programme, but in less time than it typically takes because her behaviour became challenging.”
The source even added that the Lukens institute actually tried to get rid of Farrah on July 4th, but she ‘begged’ them for another chance. Apparently, “Farrah pleaded with them to stay last week and pledged her commitment to the programme. The staff didn’t throw her out then because they wanted her to get the treatment that she needs.”
Farrah’s rehab treatment began when she was arrested for a DUI in March, and she was then sentenced to a six month probation and ‘court-mandated sobriety’. Obviously, she was too high maintenance for an in-patient programme, so she decided to go the outpatient route and conduct her rehab from a hotel room. A source explains, “Farrah could have stayed on the grounds of Lukens and had access to their facilities, the chefs and the center’s a la carte menu, but instead she opted to stay at a hotel. Still, she demanded the same luxuries that the center offers its patients be available to her at the hotel.”
Ughh. I get that rehab is something that should be available to everyone, but too often celebrities treat rehab as if it’s some sort of vacation. And Farrah’s barely a celebrity.
What do you guys think of Farrah’s behavior? Do you think the facility should have just kicked her out, or were they right in giving her a second chance? Let us know what you think in the comments.