Farrah Abraham has pleaded guilty to resisting arrest stemming from her arrest at a hotel in Beverly Hills earlier this year.
The "Teen Mom" star was in court this morning to enter her plea. As part of the deal, the battery charge she was facing was dismissed.
Abraham was sentenced to two years probation, five days of community labor (or 50 hours of community service) and was ordered to take anger management classes. She has until next year to complete the classes.
According to the Los Angeles County District Attorney's Office, she must also stay away from the Polo Lounge at the hotel where the incident occurred.
As The Blast reported, Farrah Abraham was staying at the Beverly Hills Hotel with her daughter but was booted after a late-night verbal altercation with a guest. According to cops, the former porn star tried to get back into the hotel and allegedly punched a security guard in the face while doing so.
After the arrest, the ex "Teen Mom" claimed she was targeted because she's a public figure.