Reality Star Farrah Abraham Visits Crazy Horse 3 in Las Vegas

Reality Star Farrah Abraham Visits Crazy Horse 3 in Las Vegas
Reality star and television personality, Farrah Abraham, visited Crazy Horse 3 gentlemen’s club in Las Vegas this morning to tour the club’s expansion and construction in anticipation of Vegas’ new, adjacent football stadium (Photo credit: Bryan Steffy / WireImage)

Reality Star Farrah Abraham arrives at Crazy Horse 3 in Las Vegas
Reality Star Farrah Abraham arrives at Crazy Horse 3 in Las Vegas

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Abraham arrived to the club around 10:30 a.m., visiting during the day to comply with her current probation restriction of avoiding nightlife venues after 9 p.m., in a low-cut red dress paired with gold heels, posing on the red carpet in a construction hard hat and holding Crazy Horse 3 footballs.

Farrah Abraham with football at Crazy Horse 3
Farrah Abraham with football at Crazy Horse 3

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The star was taken on a tour of the club’s construction, including parking lot renovations, kitchen expansion and interior upgrades. The construction workers were all smiles upon Abraham’s arrival, greeting her and providing shovels and hard hats for photos.

Farrah Abraham with footballs at Crazy Horse 3
Farrah Abraham with footballs at Crazy Horse 3

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Abraham was also treated to Crazy Horse 3’s new menu items, sampling a burger and grilled chicken sandwich, plus French fries and a Shirley Temple with extra cherries.

Farrah Abraham eats a burger at Crazy Horse 3
Farrah Abraham eats a burger at Crazy Horse 3

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Abraham is best known for starring in the popular MTV shows “16 and Pregnant,” “Teen Mom” and “Teen Mom OG.” Following those programs, Abraham participated on E!’s “Couples Therapy” and MTV’s “Single AF.” Abraham was set to fight “Flavor of Love” star, Nicole “Hoopz” Alexander, in a charity boxing match against bullying on November 10 in Atlantic City, N.J., but called it off due to disagreements with the event’s promoter and the choice of referee.