The 30-year-old former MTV star was arrested on January 15 after allegedly slapping a bodyguard at Grandmaster Records in Hollywood where she partied with a friend.

AceShowbiz - Farrah Abraham's recent arrest apparently takes a toll on her. The former "Teen Mom" star revealed on Saturday, January 29 that she's planning to move out of California after experiencing "suicidal" thoughts from her arrest in Los Angeles earlier this month.

"I'm trying to stay positive about it because I was really suicidal this week," she tearfully told TMZ, adding that she lost function of the upper right side of her body and had a "severe" injury. "It's just sad, like, losing function. I'm going to cry. I'm so sorry."

She continued, "You can't illegally cuff someone, then basically break their arm, tear everything, and it is like severe. I hope I don't have to get neck surgery and a shoulder surgery. And I'm working really hard on my physical therapy."

The 30-year-old TV personality added that she's been "working so hard on myself this past two weeks since the incident." She went on to say, "It's just really hard. I was supposed to travel and do comedy this year. It's just like, I'm scared of people right now."

Farrah then discussed her decision to move out of California. "I love to move. I love to travel," the "16 and Pregnant" alum explained.

The former MTV star was arrested on January 15 after allegedly slapping a bodyguard at Grandmaster Records in Hollywood where she partied with a friend. According to reports, she was asked to leave but refused which later led to a citizen's arrest.

Addressing the arrest, Farrah wrote on Instagram alongside a video of the incident, "I post this as no woman or man should ever be battered, abused, conspired, ganged up on, set up, recorded, and video sold." She went on to note, "I'm putting a restraining order on @antonelloparloto livebad who made this dinner reservation and conspired an attack on myself with the staff at @grandmaster_recorders as it was a 'private persons arrest' complete setup."

"I've had a very traumatizing year and I don't deserve to be attacked, bruised, men on me, and battered. As a single mother to be harassed, battered, and conspired against as a paying customer @grandmaster_recorders should fire their management, and security for all contributing to attacking 1 person out of 3 people," she continued.

She doubled down on her statement in an Instagram Story on January 20 in which she warned, "Stop attacking woman who have [sic] been sexually assaulted. Enough is enough." The reality TV star also shared a quote that read, "Rape and sexual abuse made me nothing, and in doing so made me something."

In a separate Story, she reposted a note about normalizing "male violence." The post continued to read, "Women should be allowed to exist in public spaces. Victim-blaming, telling a woman to not jog outside, to cover up, to not get drunk, to regulate their behavior, to remove themselves from society, all this perpetuates the message that male violence is the norm."

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