Farrah Abraham Takes To Twitter After LAX Fight

Garrett Montgomery | May 11, 2013 | 1 Comment More

Farrah Abraham Fight

The star of MTV “Teen Mom” Farrah Abraham is finding very original ways to keep her name in the press lately. Abraham’s got involved in a fight at LAX that is making headlines this weekend.

After spending few days in California to promote a rental company called The Biggest Limo, Farrah Abraham attempted to leave the state – but ran into some trouble while making her way through LAX airport few hours ago.

The hottest porn queen around who is getting a $400,000 Lamborghini Murcielago to promote The Biggest Limo got into a fight with an airport employee who told her that her bag was too big and that she need to take a look at it before she was authorized to go on the plane with it.

The reality star threw a fit and called the American Airlines personnel trash and demanded to see a supervisor.

The staff member eventually called the cops – who managed to calm everyone down and amicably solved the matter.

Farrah Abraham who recently made over $2 Million thanks to her sex tape with James Deen and Vivid Entertainment rapidly took to Twitter to talk about the LAX fight by saying that she will never travel with American Airlines:

“I thought American Airlines was good apparently they need better customer service, never flying with them again:) #CallThePolice.”

After the brawl Abraham shared a Mother’s day video with her followers.

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    1. the truth says:

      I don’t care for her divaness, but she is right on the money about customer service at the airport TSA agents. The first time they speak to you, it is if they are trying to incrimnate you the way they ask you or order you to do something. You could be completely innocent, but they will snap at you like you are a terrorist. Buncha paranoid job-whores.

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