Farrah Abraham was arrested early this morning at the Beverly Hills Hotel after she physically attacked a security staff member who asked her to leave the premises after she engaged in a verbal altercation with hotel guests. TMZ reports that police officers on the scene revealed that the security guard alleged that Abraham struck him in the face with her forearm, grabbed his ear and shoved his head after he prevented her from reentering the hotel.

Farrah Abraham reportedly intoxicated at the time of arrest

Beverly Hills police officers also stated that the former "Teen Mom OG" star appeared to be intoxicated at the time of her arrest.

The security guard reportedly suffered a few minor physical injuries from the attack. Farrah Abraham was arrested on the scene and taken to a nearby jail where she was booked for battery and trespassing and held on a $500 bond.

Farrah Abraham's parenting choices continue to be a concern for family and fans

It was revealed by a witness on the scene that at the time of Farrah's arrest she was heard stating that she is a celebrity, and yelled: "you should know who I am." People reports that a spokesperson for the Beverly Hills Hotel confirmed the altercation, stating: “As this is an ongoing investigation with the Beverly Hills Police Department, we are unable to provide any further comment at this time.”

At this time Farrah's rep has not responded to the media's request for comment.

However, Radar Online reports that Abraham's mother, Debra Danielsen, was quick to voice her thoughts on her daughter's recent arrest, revealing that she is very concerned for her granddaughter, Sophia.

“She needs to be with her family, not about strangers and volatility and her mother being arrested,” Danielsen told Radar in tears.

“It’s very disgusting. She needs to go to school… She needs to not be dragged on a party all over the world.”

Danielsen also revealed that after speaking to Farrah's father, Michael, she found out that Sophia is currently safe and sound and back at home while Farrah is dealing with her current situation.

Farrah Abraham quit "Teen Mom OG" in March after she claimed in a $5 million lawsuit against Viacom that she was “sex-shamed” by producers due to her involvement in the adult entertainment industry. The company told Us in a statement that the claims were “without merit.” The suit was settled later that month, but the terms were kept confidential.