Last night, Farrah Abraham helped celebrate the opening of Vivid’s new Gentlemen’s Club in Mooresville, North Carolina. While inside, the 22-year-old mom gave some guy named Jonathan York a lap dance, and hugged strippers carrying small bills for high rollers looking to change a $50.
Earlier this week, Abraham made a move on Matty P’s Happy Hour radio show that pushed her deeper into the hole.
When asked about the highly controversial verdict on the George Zimmerman/Trayvon Martin case, Abraham had this to say:
“I feel like I’ve met her or something. That sounds so familiar. I don’t know what she is, I can’t picture the person with the name right now.”
Abraham released a statement to Radar Online about not having the brain power to open a newspaper or turn the station to CNN.
“Trayvon is not the only young adult killed for the reasons he was killed,” the statement read, adding that Abraham urges to those who walk around “dangerous areas and people.”
“I do not wish to be part of this topic. I just would hope other young adults keep away from vandalism and dangerous areas and people. I wish Trayvon’s family all the best as they deal with their loss.”