Teen Mom Farrah Abraham slammed for sharing posts from rehab as fans think she's not taking trauma facility seriously
FARRAH Abraham was ripped by fans for not taking rehab seriously after sharing messages from the trauma facility.
The Teen Mom OG alum checked into the center after her assault arrest for allegedly attacking a restaurant security guard.
But Farrah, 30, has been accused of not taking her therapy seriously after she sent out a text to her OnlyFans subscribers from rehab.
One fan reshared the message to Reddit, which read: "CAN'T BELIEVE IT! I'm on my 3rd day of treatment trauma center!
"25 more days to go! Reminder limited on my phone till March 28. Then time to celebrate!"
Others were shocked by Farrah's note to fans, racing to the comments to share their opinions.
"Apparently therapy is NOT working," one guessed, while a second joked: "I think Farrah is taking this VERY seriously," with the eye roll emoji.
"She types like she posting an ad on Craigslist for her services."
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"For me and everyone else who had a shred of hope that maybe, just maybe this could be the therapy that got through to Farrah, here is our answer," a third remarked.
"Her mental illness issues have always seemed deeper than bipolar or borderline to me."
Another trolled: "Right. Her 'therapy.' Yeah let’s go with that."
"And this is how we know it’s not legitimate therapy work – she has her phone," a fifth noticed.
"So glad to see Farrah is taking this seriously (insert eye roll here). She’s probably going to celebrate by getting wasted and slapping a server. As one does," a final surmised.
Earlier this month, Farrah revealed she was checking into rehab for a month to help deal with the "trauma" she endured after her arrest earlier this year.
The reality star admitted that she's had suicidal thoughts following her assault arrest for allegedly slapping a security guard outside of a restaurant.
The TV personality talked about her plans to undergo treatment to take care of her well-being and the "difficulties" she's experienced since the incident to The Ashley's Reality Roundup.
She told the publication: "I look forward to sharing that journey with others and I hope there’s just less taboo about taking care of your mental health when we are experiencing a lot of trauma and difficulties in our world right now."
The treatment center is reportedly located in Texas where she will complete her month-long stay.
The detainment occurred in January after the Teen Mom star got into an altercation with security personnel at Grandmaster Records in Los Angeles, California.
A witness told TMZ that Farrah was asked to leave the venue after another individual allegedly assaulted the star and her friend, to which Farrah refused to walk away.
The situation then escalated when Farrah grew aggressive and paramedics arrived on the scene.
Police were eventually called in for backup leading to Farrah's arrest, though she was released shortly after.
The next day, the young mom shared a video of herself on the ground in the midst of the scuffle.
The Teen Mom alum was on her stomach in the clip, with a security guard holding her arms back and pushing her leg down.
Still shaken by the experience, Farrah went on to bash the venue and their staff for creating "such an unsafe, disturbing environment."
She also called the incident "scary," adding that she is "tired of people harassing me, holding me down, hurting me and lying about me and selling things to TMZ."
The encounter has since left the TV star scarred as she claimed she's "afraid to go out in public" and confessed to TMZ that she was "moving out" of California in the meantime.
She also revealed that she has "no bodily function on her upper right side" and is undergoing physical therapy after images from the event saw her lying face-down on the floor.
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