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'Teen Mom' Star Farrah Abraham Busted for DUI

March 21, 2013 (6:35 am) GMT
The 'My Teenage Dream Ended' writer tweets, 'I don't care about drama,' after news broke out that she was popped for driving under influence.
Farrah Abraham

was arrested for driving unsafely. The "" star, who wrote an autobiography "My Teenage Dream Ended", was taken into custody earlier this week while driving in the wee hours in Nebraska.

The mother of one was initially pulled over for making a wide turn and almost hitting a police cruiser, TMZ report. She failed a field sobriety test, blowing a .147 on a breathalyzer which was nearly twice the legal limit in the Cornhusker State.

"When I drank, I'd be happy for 10 minutes," she once told InTouch magazine about her efforts to escape her problems. "When I got high, I'd feel a sense of nothingness for about an hour. But in the end, my negative emotions always came rushing back."

After her DUI arrest, she tweeted, "It's Amazing what people believe & makeup (LOVE MY LIFE) #Thank #God #I'mSuccessful & I don't care about drama! #HaveAGreatDay."

"Teen Mom" stars are no stranger to drama. Earlier this month, "" star entered rehab to seek help for drug addiction. Her countless troubles including domestic violence and miscarriage stemming from her tremulous relationship with husband Courtland Rogers reportedly were the reason MTV decided that it would be wise to cancel the show.

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