Farrah, who was recently enrolled in Harvard Extension School, has publicly expressed her hopes of going to law school. She told TMZ in September that she has many options and that Yale University “reached out” to her. The college did not respond.
Farrah said that “I hope the world is safer and more people don’t abuse women in public,” adding, “I hope the world one day becomes a safer environment for women” in her statement. “As previous attacks captured on camera, I was held against mine will and did nothing other than pay an establishment and been conspired against. The sad truth is that I am unable to leave the house anymore.
Farrah posted later an Instagram video in which she was restrained on the street. She wrote, “I post it because no woman nor man should ever have to be battered or abused, conspired with, gang up on, set up and recorded, and sold.”
Farrah was not the first person to be arrested for this charge. In 2018, Farrah was arrested for battery after allegedly assaulting a security guard at the Beverly Hills Hotel. She initially pleaded not guilty but then entered a guilty plea to resisting, delaying or obstructing a peace officer. The sentence included two years probation with five days work or community service, and 12 hours anger management.
—Reporting by Brody Brown and Meriam Bouarrouj