Real Housewife Shannon Beador was arrested for drunk driving and a hit-and-run incident, As mentioned in a news article on Newport Beach police. Beador, 59, was released after being booked on the charges. Her attorney stated that she is apologetic and prepared to take responsibility for her actions. The police department has not provided any further details about the case. Bravo, the network that airs “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” has not yet commented on the incident.
Real Housewife Shannon Beador Arrested After DUI and Hit-and-Run, Police Say
Shannon Beador, a star of “The Real Housewives of Orange County,” was arrested for drunk driving and a misdemeanor hit-and-run, As mentioned in a news article on Newport Beach police. The 59-year-old reality TV personality was released after being booked on the charges. Beador’s attorney, Michael Fell, stated that she is extremely apologetic and remorseful, and is prepared to accept full responsibility for her actions. The police department has not provided any information about the case or whether there were any injuries. Bravo, the network that owns the show, has not yet commented on the incident.
Incident Raises Questions About Previous Conflict on the Show
The recent arrest of Shannon Beador echoes a storyline featured on “The Real Housewives of Orange County.” In the show, Beador and castmate Gina Kirschenheiter had a dispute over Beador’s claim that she prevented Kirschenheiter’s children from being sent to Child Protective Services after Kirschenheiter’s DUI arrest in 2019. Beador denied making the claim, but a flashback aired during the episode showed the conversation in which she said it. The incident raises questions about the truthfulness of Beador’s previous statements on the show.
Potential Consequences for Beador
In California, misdemeanors like drunk driving and hit-and-run are punishable by up to six months in county jail and a fine of $1,000. It remains to be seen what legal consequences Shannon Beador will face as a result of her arrest. As more information becomes available, Beador’s attorney will evaluate the case and Shannon Beador is prepared to accept full responsibility for her actions.