Mike Shouhed was arrested in late March after an alleged domestic violence incident that left someone injured. He was taken into police custody by the LA Police Department. Sometime after the news broke of Mike Shouhed’s arrest, he deleted his social media accounts.
Shouhed was arrested on March 27, 2022. He was booked and taken to the Valley Jail in Van Nuys, CA, and held on a $50,000 bond. He later made bond and was released on March 28, 2022.
When the news broke on Monday April 4, it was realized that Shouhed removed his Instagram and Twitter account. There’s no clear date of the removal. However, his Instagram was active as of last week.
Shouhed’s verified Facebook page is still live, but hasn’t had a post on it since February 11, 2022. His fiancee Paulina Ben-Cohen hasn’t posted on her Instagram since March 18, 2022. She still has photos with Shouhed posted, including a Valentine’s Day post.
Mike was previously seen deleting posts from instagram stories where he shared a series of cryptic graphics. It includes one that read, “Your life is your responsibility. Your success is your responsibility. Your failure is your responsibility. Your reaction is your responsibility. Your behavior is your responsibility.” He also deleted a video of himself on Monday, dancing along in his car to a popular Spanish song by Joe Arroyo called Rebelion, that has lyrics that state, “No le pegué a la negra” which translates in English to “don’t hit the black woman.”
However, after series of deleting post Mike now decided to delete both of his social media accounts. Keep reading Thirsty for more.
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