The TV star only spent about an hour with police before being released on her own recognizance, according to her arrest records.
Though police declined to book Abbott at the time of the incident because she was pregnant, the third-place Big Brother 2017 competitor, who gave birth to a boy in October, turned herself in after cops issued an arrest warrant on November 6. Us Weekly reports that she never occupied a jail cell.
According to the Hillsborough Sheriff Department, Christmas turned herself in to police on a warrant for criminal mischief $1,000 or more. She was booked for felony criminal mischief from an incident that took place earlier this year.More news: Eurogroup supports Commission, urges Italy to submit new budget plan
The reality star just welcomed her first child, Loyal Atticus Abbott, nearly exactly a month before she turned herself in to authorities, on October 8.
Life appears to be back to normal as she posted a video of her baby on Instagram with a sweet caption. She captioned the photo, "How could I ever get enough of that sweet smile?! He simply lights up my heart & makes me so fulfilled!" No teaching point on this post.
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Bunn confirmed to Us Weekly last month that he was no longer "romantically involved" with Abbott, and that they had little contact in the final months of her pregnancy.
According to a police report, obtained by TMZ, Christmas drove to a Tampa gym back in August to confront her baby daddy's alleged side chick. I went to every doctor's appointment, accompanied her for travel, moved furniture and did all the things that two caring adults do with and for each other.
"Coparenting is a tough situation", he said. "It's no easy task, but Christmas and I are both accustomed to hard work".More news: Democrats retake the House, setting up divided government