Farrah Abraham was released from The Lukens Institute in Florida on Monday night (08.07.13), two days earlier than expected, as she had been disruptive to the other patients.
Farrah Abraham has been released from a rehab clinic in Florida for being disruptive.
The 'Teen Mom' star was forced to leave The Lukens Institute on Monday night (08.07.13) - two days earlier than expected - as she reportedly got into arguments with nurses, took photos of another patient, upset patients and counsellors by acting like a bully and invited paparazzi to take pictures of her.
A source told RadarOnline.com: ''She will still graduate from the programme, but in less time than it typically takes because her behaviour became challenging.''
Farrah voluntarily checked into last clinic last week, where she was going to undergo intensive counselling over a 10-day period for alcohol abuse problems.
She was allegedly disruptive from the beginning of her treatment and management first tried to evict her on July 4 but decided to give her another chance so she could work through her issues.
The source added: ''This was a long time coming ... Farrah pleaded with them to stay last week and pledged her commitment to the programme.
''Lukens was reluctant but offered her a second chance. The staff didn't throw her out then because they wanted her to get the treatment that she needs.''
The troubled 22-year-old star - who released her own sex tape, 'Backdoor Teen Mom', in May - was staying in a hotel and made ridiculous demands, acting like a diva.
The source added: ''Farrah could have stayed on the grounds of Lukens and had access to their facilities, the chefs and the centre's a la carte menu, but instead she opted to stay at a hotel.
''Still, she demanded the same luxuries that the centre offers its patients be available to her at the hotel.''
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