Farrah Abraham is probably feeling a little salty following her latest string of bad luck.
And by "bad luck," of course, we mean the seemingly never-ending succession of self-created problems that's taken Farrah from infamous star of a wildly popular reality series to sometime jailbird and full-time cam girl.
Her latest round of troubles seems to have started when Farrah was fired from Teen Mom OG last year.
We're guessing getting canned from the show that made you famous is never easy, and we doubt that anyone would handle the humiliation well ... but everyone would handle it better than Farrah.
Farrah's attempts to sue her former bosses basically got her laughed out of court, but that doesn't mean she won't be appearing in front of a judge in the very near future.
Farrah was arrested last week on battery and trespassing charges after she allegedly assaulted a male staff member at the Beverly Hills Hotel.
She'll probably get off with a slap on the wrist, but she did spend the night in jail, and footage of Farrah telling a bunch of cops to go f--k themselves probably won't do any wonders for her image.
Needless to say, life hasn't been terribly kind to Farrah in the months since she caught the ax from MTV.
And yet, she still maintains that life is better without the burden of reality TV stardom.
Farrah opened up about her time on TMOG in a recent interview -- and she wasn't exactly overflowing with effusive praise for the show:
“I was thinking what am I doing? for the last two seasons of Teen Mom. Like why am I here?" she said.
“I felt like they were sabotaging my real life with fake scenes. It was 75 percent fake. I had them put me in bad situations and I had to sign myself out of them.”
Yes, Farrah claims a full three-quarters of what you see on the screen is BS.
And why did she tolerate such a fraudulent representation of her life for so long?
Well, apparently you can chalk it up to a condition known as "newbie syndrome."
“I do not spend my energy on any of that although I did suffer from ‘newbie syndrome’ when I was first on the show," Abraham said in this week's interview.
And naturally, she took a little time to throw shade at her co-stars.
“But I learned early on growing up in real life that you might be pretty and talented and not everybody is as self-confident as you and it creates jealousy and I have had that working with various co-stars over the years," Abraham said.
We're sure she'll be missed at this year's reunion.
Watch Teen Mom OG online to relive Farrah's truly bonkers time on the show.