Last week, Farrah Abraham alleged on her new podcast that she was "almost raped" by an Uber driver.
"I'm banned from Uber," she stated.
The incident took place on Long Island in 2015, which was reported to Uber by the driver.
"Following a trip that took place on Long Island on January, 2015, a driver-partner sent photos to Uber documenting the mess made by Ms. Abraham's passenger throwing a drink on the front of his car. The partner was refunded for cleaning costs.
"Ms. Abraham was contacted about this trip by Uber and notified that, because of the driver's report, her account was being suspended. She never replied to our outreach
According to the Teen Mom star, "the cops were called," and her "non-boyfriend threw him in the window and almost broke his car window."
Abraham sent Radar Online footage she recorded of the cops interrogating the driver.
“This was at a resort I was staying at in Jericho Gardens, in Long Island,” Abraham told the site. “Around 2:30 am, I was going to get food and go to my friend’s house in the Hamptons.
“The video shows cops took care of him as he chased me in front of cops,” she said.
Because she's been banned from using the company indefinitely, Abraham now plugs www.rideresponsibly.org, an online campaign designed to educate customers on ground transportation.
"I now take rides responsibly to learn more about what I look to for in a safe car service as seen on Teen Mom."
Watch the video below.