Mike Shouhed rose to prominence for his role in the television series Shahs of Sunset. However, the show was canceled after nine seasons due to Mike’s arrest for domestic violence. It now appears that he has reached an agreement and had his charges dropped.
TMZ reports, the star of “Shahs of Sunset,” is no longer facing a domestic violence charge for allegedly roughing up his fiancée. That is, assuming he completes a few classes, including a gun safety course. According to court documents, Mike struck a deal with prosecutors that resulted in the dismissal of a number of misdemeanor charges stemming from his domestic violence arrest.
Domestic violence, battery, and unlawfully attempting to dissuade a witness were all dropped. According to the documents, prosecutors agreed to allow Mike to participate in a diversion program to settle his case. It means he won’t have to plead to any charges as long as he completes the program’s terms.
Mike consented to take anger management and parenting classes, as well as community service and a gun safety course. Mike was also charged with a number of firearms charges, including criminal storage of a loaded firearm and possession of an assault weapon. As a result, he is now banned from owning or having any guns throughout the two-year diversion program.
Mike Shouhed was arrested in March for allegedly getting physical with a lady who was later revealed as his fiancée, Paulina Ben-Cohen, during a fight. Let’s see if he wisely follows the terms that came with his charge dismissal. To get the latest updates, keep an eye on Thirsty.
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