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Farrah Abraham shares scary details about almost being raped

Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham has hinted in the past that she endured a mysterious trauma.

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Now, following Thursday’s episode of her podcast Farrah and Friends, we know a lot more about what went down.

On the episode, Abraham reveals that an Uber driver attempted to assault her, and that she’s now banned from using the company.

An Uber driver almost raped me,” she said about the alleged attack, adding that it happened around 2 a.m. in Long Island, New York. She didn’t say how long ago the incident happened.

Abraham does reveal that she called the police about the attack, but that her on-again, off-again boyfriend, Simon Saran, helped her out before authorities arrived on the scene.

“My non-boyfriend threw him in the window and almost broke his car window,” she explained.

And even after Saran and the police were on the scene, Abraham said the Uber driver still tried to come after her.

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“The Persian dude ran after me,” she said. “The cops were like, ‘You’re harassing her,’ and I was like, ‘See I told you!'”

But those were all the details Abraham shared about her alleged attack. She spent the rest of the podcast talking about how the entertainment industry exploits women, and how she wants to avoid that fate.

“I’ve drawn the line. I’ve said to myself, ‘This is not where I want to be, and I’m not happy.’ It leads to some sort of change,” she explained. “Is it really that important that we let ourselves get that far off to get where we need to be?”

She continued, “I want to grow forward. I would love to continue Teen Mom. I would love to do that. Do I feel like I’m growing as fast that I can grow and being the best person that I can be? I don’t know… I need to just stand firm.”

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