“Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham had a brush with a Los Angeles International Airport security guard following an argument with a U.S. Transportation Security Administration agent. The newly minted porn star got into a scuffle with the TSA worker all over an oversize duffle bag on Saturday, celebrity-news site TMZ reported.
James Deen's co-star told the site she showed up at LAX with an extra-large bag, but that American Airlines personnel informed her she wouldn’t be allowed to go through security unless she checked the bag. Abraham said she agreed to do so, but not before the reality-television star let her fleeting celebrity get the best of her and called the worker “trash” for being rude. Naturally, an argument ensued, and the self-righteous celebutant asked to speak to a supervisor.
Instead, the “Backdoor Teen Mom” star said airport police were called on her. She said she tried to explain the situation to authorities, but that they essentially didn’t care and just told her to try to be more respectful. The altercation eventually fizzled, and Abraham was able to make her flight.
Abraham angrily took to Twitter, writing: “I thought American Airlines was good apparently they need better customer service, never flying with them again:) #CallThePolice." By Sunday afternoon, the tweet had been removed from her feed, maybe because the star realized she might have been irrational.
TMZ reported TSA doesn’t have any record of the incident and that American Airlines has yet to comment on the situation. Abraham appears to have moved past it, posting work-related tweets about her single mom’s event in Dallas on her social-media account and even sharing a Mother’s Day picture of her and her daughter Sophia.
Maria Vultaggio is a reporter for the Continuous News Desk (CND), where she covers trending topics and breaking news. She joined IBTimes in June 2012. Continue Reading
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