Farrah Abraham will reportedly be graduating early from rehab after being asked to leave for being a "disruptive influence" on the other patients at The Lukens Institute. The 22-year-old single mother entered the program in order to deal with alcohol abuse and to make a better life for herself and daughter Sophia.
Abraham entered the 10-day program last Monday and tweeted about how excited she was and how much better things would be for her.
"Missing my Boo Boo, but happy to get treatment in a great place," she tweeted last Monday.
She continued to tweet throughout her stay at the Lukens Institute, initiating a countdown until she was released from the program. However, that countdown has been pushed up due to her allegedly disruptive behavior.
"She will still graduate from the program, but in less time than it typically takes because her behavior became challenging," a source told Radar Online.
The "Teen Mom" star allegedly got into an argument with a staff member, tried to take photos of other patients, and possibly bullied other patients as well as counselors. Staff members wanted to send her packing on July 3 but decided to allow Abraham to stay and work on bettering herself.
"This was a long time coming… Farrah pleaded with them to stay last week and pledged her commitment to the program," the source explained. "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 she needs."
The last straw, though, came on Monday, when Abraham reportedly invited a photographer to the Institute to take photos of herself. He was escorted from the grounds and Abraham was put on notice.
One may wonder whether Abraham learned anything from her time in rehab. She has already signed on to appear at a gentlemen's club next week. Abraham has not issued any statement or tweeted about the latest development at Lukens.