FARRAH Abraham shared a disturbing post showing a man on fire as she threatened to 'sue' the club outside of which she was arrested.
Following her arrest, the former Teen Mom star alleged she was "assaulted by club staff."
On Friday, days after she was arrested, Farrah posted a video of a man calmly walking through what looked like a neighborhood while engulfed by flames.
The post read: "Them: You mad?
"Me: No, I'm good."
Farrah then shared a post with a shout out to her "Lawyers Troop."
She wrote: "Thanks to all the lawyers who have my back…
"Literally after being in so much pain this week & thank you to my doctors."
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Farrah addressed her arrest in an Instagram post days after the incident.
TMZ reported that Farrah was arrested after she allegedly "slapped a security guard" at Grandmaster Records in Hollywood.
She had been at the venue partying with a friend.
One day later, she shared video of herself on the ground in the midst of the altercation.
The Teen Mom OG alum was on her stomach in the clip, with a security guard holding her arms back and pushing her leg down.
Farrah attempted to move her body as the security guard restrained her through out the incident.
She captioned the post: "never again."
In another slide, Farrah tagged the venue. She added: "What a horrible dining experience being battered and assaulted by your staff.
"Such and unsafe, disturbing environment."
Farrah continued slamming the venue in a follow up post, writing: "The staff yet again attack a paying customer and hold me against my will and hurt me.
"The only 1 out of 3, woman abuse must stop."
Farrah alleged that the staff "should be in jail."
In another clip, a security guard could be seen struggling to keep Farrah on the ground.
She recalled the incident as "scary," adding that she is "tired of people harassing me, holding me down, hurting me and lying about me and selling things to TMZ."
Farrah was adamant that photos and videos from the incident were "evidence" of the staffs wrongdoings.
She posted a closeup of her arm, over which she wrote: "Bruised and beaten at dinner."
Farrah hasn't held back from sharing her side of the story online.
She posted the video of her arrest on Instagram, writing: "I'm putting a restraining order on @antonelloparloto who made this dinner reservation and conspired and 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 thanked Hollywood police for "rescuing" her, adding: "I realize it's no longer safe for woman to go out to eat in their own neighborhoods.
"I look forward to my law degree and I look forward to court. Justice will be served as always."
A witness to Farrah's arrest told TMZ that someone in the club allegedly assaulted them, noting that the person was described as a Farrah "hater."
The former reality star grew angry, and was asked to leave the club.
She refused to leave and then allegedly slapped the security guard involved.
A source told the outlet that cops weren't called immediately, though paramedics were.
Once they arrived, someone presumed to be Farrah grew aggressive and police were contacted for backup.
The outlet alleged that a citizens arrest was made.
It's assumed the arrest was made by the security guard, though that remains unconfirmed.
Farrah was taken into custody and released shortly after.
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