Former 'Teen Mom' star Farrah Abraham - who is currently in rehab for alcohol abuse - wants to open an alcohol free restaurant when she is finished her treatment.
Farrah Abraham is opening an alcohol free restaurant.
The former 'Teen Mom' star has just checked into the Lukens Institute, in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida to get help for her alcohol addiction and when she is finished her treatment she plans to open the venture which will cater to designated drivers.
Speaking before she entered rehab, Farrah told HollywoodLife.com: ''The main theme and purpose of why I'm making this restaurant is really the community involvemen. It's called DD's.
''It's drinks and doughnuts, but everything is non-alcoholic and it is for having designated drivers making good driving choices and decisions.
''I feel like when people are going through special hardships and have so many restraints put on them, it's good to be rewarded. It's good to have free food. It's good to have all these perks when you go out and eat and a fun and great environment.''
Farrah - who released her own sex tape, 'Backdoor Teen Mom', in May - was arrested in Omaha, Nebraska in March, after allegedly blowing a .147 on the breathalyser - which was nearly twice the state's legal blood alcohol limit of .08 percent. Consequently she was placed on six months probation and ordered to complete an alcohol education course.
Despite passing the course, the director noted Farrah ''had difficulty making eye contact, was standoffish and was sarcastic when answering the questions asked of her''.
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