The reality TV star was kicked out of a Florida rehab center two days short of completing the program.
"Teen Mom" star Farrah Abraham checked into the high-end Lukens Institute rehab center in Florida to undergo their 10-day program to address her alcohol addiction, but as it turns out she was too much to handle. The 22-year-old enrollee was forced to leave two days short of completing the course for supposedly being a "disruptive influence" on the other patients.
The reality TV show cast member apparently bullied other patients, got into arguments with a nurse and upset the counselors, and made diva-like demands. She even tried to take photos of another high-profile patient, "Tan Mom" Patricia Krentcil, during group therapy.
Although she was not able to fully complete the 10-day outpatient course, a source said Abraham would still graduate from the program. She had almost been thrown out early into her rehab had she not been given a second chance by Lukens. But the last straw came when she invited paparazzi into the facility grounds to take photos of her.
Apart from all the disruptive behavior, Abraham early on had annoyed the staff for not wanting to stay in the facility rooms where she "had access to their facilities, the chefs and the center's a la carte menu" but instead opted for a hotel room but demanding "the same luxuries that the center offers its patients be available to her at the hotel."