10:30 AM PT — Shannon Beador‘s lawyer, Michael Fell tells TMZ … “I spent fairly a little bit of time with Shannon yesterday. She is extraordinarily apologetic and remorseful. We shall be awaiting the official data on this case because it turns into obtainable, and Shannon is ready to simply accept full accountability for her actions.”
Shannon Beador’s powerful 12 months simply bought rather a lot rougher … the fact TV star bought busted for driving drunk this weekend in SoCal.
Regulation enforcement sources inform TMZ … “The Actual Housewives of Orange County” star drove her automobile onto a residential property in Newport Seashore Saturday night time, and really clipped the home.
We’re instructed Beador then turned again onto the highway and saved going earlier than parking her car in the course of the road and getting out together with her canine.
Our sources say she tried to behave like she was taking a stroll when police arrived after receiving a 911 name. We’re instructed she wasn’t fooling anybody … as she appeared wasted and was taken into custody.
Cops additionally seized Beador’s automobile as a part of their investigation into the injury to the house.
A rep for Newport Seashore PD says Beador was booked for two misdemeanors … hit-and-run and DUI alcohol. She was cited and launched with out bond. Sources with direct data inform us she was not filming with Bravo earlier than the arrest, because the present’s not at the moment in manufacturing.
It has been a bumpy journey for Beador currently — in January, she publicly mentioned her painful break up together with her boyfriend of three and a half years, John Janssen.
Beador instructed Folks she was blindsided by Janssen breaking apart together with her in November 2022 — weeks after that they had wrapped filming for Season 17 of ‘RHOC.’ She reportedly mentioned, “He instructed me he was performed with the connection. And to listen to what he mentioned to me then was completely devastating.”
We reached out to Shannon’s staff for remark … thus far no phrase again.
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