Teen Mom Farrah Abraham's sex abuse case against mayor 'suspended' after cops fail to find 'investigative leads'

TEEN Mom Farrah Abraham’s sexual abuse case against a California mayor has been “suspended” after cops failed to find “investigative leads.”

Farrah, 30, filed a police report against Dominic Foppoli, the mayor of Windsor, California, for sexual battery in April 2021. 

Nine women, including the reality star, accused the mayor of sexual misconduct, as Farrah’s attorney claimed he assaulted her while they were visiting the area in March 2021.

The Sun can exclusively reveal the investigation into Farrah’s case has been suspended by authorities. 

A Captain for the Palm Beach Police Department told The Sun: “The criminal investigation has been suspended. There are no further investigative leads at this time, and no charges have been filed by this agency.”

But the former mayor, who resigned following the claims, isn’t completely off the hook. 

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The Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office in California has passed a portion of their investigation into the claims made by other victims to California Attorney General’s office for review, according to The Press Democrat.

Farrah and her lawyer did not respond to The Sun’s request for comment. 

Farrah’s attorney Spencer Kuvin told the San Francisco Chronicle that the police report documents a “very serious” allegation at the time of the filing.

He claimed the former Teen Mom OG star provided police with photographs, video and audio supporting her account.

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Dominic said of Farrah’s claims at the time: "I have no doubt she is making these allegations in an attempt to leverage the situation to her advantage.”


In an excerpt from her memoir Dream Twenties: Self Guided Self Help Memoir, Farrah opened up about the alleged incident.

She claimed: “I was sexually assaulted in the last months of myself being in my 20’s. Becoming a victim of sexual assault has changed my life. It had me push back this book release, it has me taking more time and realizing I am not at the capacity I used to be at.

“It has me canceling my birthday parties, it has me on five or more medications, it has me going to see all sorts of doctors some I’ve never even heard the name of their specialty, but my brain is always confused so it hurts when an investigator or a police officer says that something of mine doesn’t make any sense when I’m trying my hardest, but who wouldn’t make sense when they’ve been drugged and knocked out. 

“I guess what I’m saying is everybody who thinks they know what sexual assault feels like but doesn’t, it does not stop feeling like it for months or years sometimes. It really hurts when I think back and I know some of my other friends have been sexually assaulted and I thought I knew what that felt like. I thought I knew how to support them, but I actually now know I let them down horribly.”

Farrah continued to pen: “So I just wanted to share being sexually assaulted changes peoples lives, brains in every way every day. I’m more aware now of men who are going to hurt women, I am more aware of all the abuse and all the mental illness I let surround myself growing up and through my adulthood, it’s not OK."


Farrah is currently completing a 28-day stint in rehab for “trauma.”

The treatment comes after she was arrested for allegedly "slapping a security guard" at Grandmaster Records in Hollywood in January.

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Farrah posted a video of her being pinned and held to the ground, as she attempted to break free, a day after the arrest.

The mother of Sophia, 13, attempted to move her body as the security guard restrained her throughout the incident.

If you or someone you know is affected by any of the issues raised in this story, call RAINN (Rape, Abuse, & Incest National Network) at 800-656-HOPE (4673).

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