Farrah Abraham has pleaded not guilty to charges stemming from her hotel arrest in June.

The former 'Teen Mom' star was reported to have been arrested on June 12 at the Beverly Hills Hotel after she was allegedly embroiled in a physical altercation with a male member of staff which resulted in her striking the worker.

Following claims she was not charged in the incident, Farrah did later face two misdemeanour charges - one for battery, and one for resisting, delaying or obstructing a peace officer - and according to The Blast, she entered a plea of not guilty to both these charges during a court hearing on Monday (13.08.18).

The news comes after her representative claimed the 27-year-old reality star was not involved in any ''battery or trespassing'', and was released from police custody the day after her arrest.

The statement read: ''This situation has been blown out of proportion, Farrah has not been charged and was released this afternoon. A misunderstanding occurred and there was no battery or trespassing.''

Her representative added that Farrah is a ''sweet and ambitious young woman'', who was at the hotel for a business meeting when the alleged incident is said to have taken place.

They added in their statement: ''Farrah is the hardest working individual I know and sets very high standards of herself. She has been working on a number of deadlines for new projects and business ventures; she is immaculate in her work ethics and pushes herself harder than her team recommend sometimes. Farrah is a powerhouse and was having a business meeting in the hotel where the alleged incident happened. She is a very sweet and ambitious young woman who has been portrayed in a biased light on a reality TV show for many years.''

According to reports at the time, police were called to the scene and when they arrived Farrah was overheard shouting, ''You should know who I am.''

It was then claimed that the star - who was believed to be staying at the hotel with her nine-year-old daughter Sophia - was arrested and charged with ''battery and trespassing'' by the Beverly Hills Police Department.