Farrah Abraham’s DUI Confessions Make Her Sound Like a Real Moron (LISTEN)

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Farrah AbrahamIt's no secret that Teen Mom star Farrah Abraham isn't exactly running to fess up to the horribleness of her DUI last week. Instead of coming clean about EXACTLY what went down, she's thrown out all of this mumbo jumbo about how she was sick and only out that night because her sister TOTALLY needed her to join her at a party. So essentially, she's blaming her sister (and her sickness) for her stupidity. Right.

ANYWAY. Farrah must have thought that talking to the chipper people at TMZ and giving them her side of the story would make her look better, because, well, she did. But instead, and seriously this just hurts my heart, Farrah comes off as misguided and just plain foolish.

We won't make you listen to the tape, but here -- let me pick out the highlights of Farrah's hilarious TMZ interview for you:

"I was not drinking while getting arrested."
You're kidding!! I'm sure everyone thought the almost swerving into a cop car thing was bologna, and instead, the cops saw you holding a beer and THAT'S why they pulled you over.

"I did blow a 1.47."
Um. Yeah. Wrong. You'd be dead, lady.

"I was drinking throughout the night but I was just getting drinks from friends and I was not really trying to drink."
Looks like that plan backfired.

"When I was approached by a police officer, I was not driving at the time. I was simply turning a corner and parking my vehicle and that's when I was approached."
I'm sorry, since when did a woman sitting in the driver's seat behind a wheel in a moving vehicle NOT constitute driving? Oh that's right ... in Farrahland.

"I was put in a very bad situation and I really have nothing to worry about in terms of being in jail, getting a mug shot, having it look bad on my record."
Because as long as you don't have a mug shot, the grass is greener.

"I did not endanger anyone's life."
Getting behind the wheel with a .147 blood alcohol level is most DEFINITELY endangering someone's life. Sorry to be the bearer of bad news.

Okay, I'll stop picking on her now. But really, why is it SO hard for Farrah to say that she's sorry, she messed up, and move on? Instead of making things better, she's just making a fool of herself. It's time to come to terms with what happened, Far. What's done is done.

Listen to Farrah's full interview, here:

Do you think Farrah is just being ridiculous now?

 

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