January 16, 2022 | 12:12pm

Farrah Abraham was arrested for allegedly slapping a security guard at a nightclub in Los Angeles over the weekend.

The former “Teen Mom” star, 30, was booked into county jail in the early morning hours of Sunday and has since been released. A court date has been scheduled for May 19.

According to TMZ, who was first to report the news, Abraham allegedly slapped a security guard at Grandmaster Records in Hollywood after partying there with a friend.

An eyewitness told the outlet that an allegedly belligerent Abraham was asked to leave the club but refused, and cops were called for backup after a citizen’s arrest was made.

“I don’t understand why there’s cuffs being put on me,” a barefoot Abraham told police in a video obtained by TMZ. “I did not hit anyone. On camera, I did not – I would never hit anyone.”

Farrah Abraham was arrested in Los Angeles over the weekend for allegedly slapping a security guard.
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A rep for Abraham did not immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.

Abraham previously pleaded guilty in November 2018 to a misdemeanor involving a security guard at the Beverly Hills Hotel in June of that year.

She was sentenced to two years probation and five days of community labor at the time.

Earlier this month, Abraham’s former “Teen Mom” co-stars Maci Bookout and Amber Portwood exclusively told Page Six that they “still care” for the reality star and wanted her to join MTV’s “Teen Mom: Family Reunion” spin-off.

“I had not seen her or spoken to her, honestly, in years,” Bookout, also 30, admitted. “But we all were on the same page. Everyone should be invited. If you come, it’s up to you, whatever.”

Portwood, 31, agreed, telling Page Six that it was important to her that Abraham felt comfortable as cameras rolled over the summer.

“I just wanted to hear where she was in her life. We wanted everybody to be there because this franchise is definitely a very unique one,” she explained.

“It really doesn’t matter what a person did or what’s going on in their life. We wanted everybody to feel welcome.”