So hey, remember that time that Farrah Abraham was staying at a hotel in Beverly Hills and then started arguing with other guests at the hotel?
And then when a security guard came to escort her away from those poor guests, she flipped out and assaulted him?
According to the security guard and several witnesses, Farrah hit the poor man with her forearm and grabbed his face and shook it.
Then, when police arrived, she told them to "f-ck off" several times, which, you know, isn't great.
She was taken to jail and stayed there for a good long while until she was released, and a few weeks later, she was officially charged with battery and resisting arrest.
Pretty much from the very moment she was released from jail, she's been telling anyone and everyone that she's not guilty.
She's said that she was set up because she's famous, that she's being bullied by everyone who claims she's guilty ... you know, just classic Farrah denial.
But the fact remains that several witnesses, including police officers, saw what actually happened, and they all agree that Farrah broke the law.
So, famous or not, she's facing jail time.
When she was officially charged, the word was that she could spend a maximum of 18 months in jail for her crimes (the ones she committed that night at the hotel, not the ones she's committed against humanity over the years).
Also when she was officially charged, her first court date was set for today.
So what happened?!
According to a new report from Radar Online, Farrah was offered a plea deal.
If she agreed to the deal, then the battery charge would be dropped and instead, she'd be charged with trespassing, a misdemeanor.
She wouldn't go to jail at all, but she'd be on probation for three years, and she'd be required to take 26 anger management classes and do some community service.
As part of the agreement, she'd also stay away from the hotel where this whole nightmare went down.
It sounds like a pretty great deal, right?
You have to imagine that there were cameras at the hotel that perhaps caught some of Farrah's fit, but even if there wasn't, police officers probably make pretty convincing witnesses in court.
Besides, Farrah is a single mother. Wouldn't she want to take this deal if it means avoiding jail time, just so she could be there for her daughter?
If she had the slightest bit of common sense, she'd agree to the plea deal and be done with it.
But, as we all know, she does not have the slightest bit of common sense.
And so when she was offered the deal in court today, she did not take it.
As her attorney explained, Farrah isn't into the idea of pleading guilty to trespassing because "She was clearly allowed and permitted into the hotel so there is no reason to agree to that."
But as Farrah herself told the site, "I'm not accepting the offer because I'm not guilty."
"I have gone through a lot of counseling and therapy," she claimed. "I am also very mentally stable and I have no aggressive issues."
"I can literally submit that to my lawyer, show that to the judge and it would still override this fake offer."
How funny is it that she actually siad "I am very mentally stable and I have no aggressive issues"?
There aren't any official rules on it or anything, but it seems like people with no aggressive issues wouldn't cause such a ruckus in a hotel that they'd be escorted out by a security guard.
And non-aggressive people certainly wouldn't tell police to go f-ck themselves.
As for the "very mentally stable" part, well, there are hours upon hours of Teen Mom footage to prove that wrong, not to mention footage from her other reality shows, plus her social media accounts.
But sure, girl, whatever you say.
Farrah also said "I clearly had a valet and I was not trespassing. I didn't batter someone."
"This is just, to me, another form of, again, 'No celebrity face, there would be no case.'"
Does she honestly think she's so famous that all these people would make up some story about her assaulting a security guard?
And even if she was, why would that happen? What does anyone stand to benefit from her going to jail over this?
Farrah is due back in court on September 21st, so we'll have to wait until then to see how everything plays out.