First, Farrah Abraham was fighting with Vivid Video over how much she'd get paid for her first porn tape. Now, the former "Teen Mom" star is battling with American Airlines.
Abraham, 21, got into a heated argument with a female airline agent over an oversized duffel bag at Los Angeles International Airport on Saturday, May 11, reports TMZ.
It went down like this, she claims: Abraham, who's mom to 4-year-old Sophia, arrived at LAX with a large carry-on bag and was told by an airline agent that she couldn't go through security until the bag was checked.
She says she agreed but that the employee was rude to her, so they began arguing --after which the reality star, who reportedly earned nearly $1 million for "Farrah Superstar: Backdoor Teen Mom" -- accused the agent of acting like "trash."
Abraham said she asked to talk to the airline employee's supervisor. But instead, the agent called airport police.
After both women calmed down, Abraham made her flight, but she had the last word on Twitter: "I thought American Airlines was good apparently they need better customer service, never flying with them again:) #CallThePolice."
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