NO REMORSE! Shannon Beador Has NOT Apologized To the Residents After DUI Car Crash
Shannon Beador has yet to make contact with the people who live in the home she damaged after losing control of her car while under the influence.
The Real Housewives of Orange County star was arrested Saturday night after she crashed her car into the residence, narrowly missing the front door before fleeing the scene. The wreck was caught on camera, but Shannon has yet to reach out to the people who reside in the home that took the hit, according to a Radar Online report.
Gaby Noelle confirmed to the outlet that neither she nor her boyfriend had heard from Shannon or her attorney. Noelle told local news outlets that she was at home at the time off the wreck and caught someone leaving the crash scene with oil trailing behind the vehicle.
“No one has reached out from their end,” she told Radar.
Noelle revealed that photos of the battered exterior were passed along to the couple’s landlord and details forwarded to the police. She added that she had not been updated on any plan to have the damage assessed by professionals.
“The house will be fixed,” she commented, adding that the most important thing was that “everyone is fine from this end.”
An insider claimed that Shannon was driving to pick up her cell phone after leaving it behind at a restaurant, earlier in the evening. She reportedly left her home with beloved pooch, Archie, to return to the restaurant.
The reality star was arrested after she plowed into the Newport Beach, California residence, and fled. TMZ shared video footage that showed Shannon’s car zooming around a corner before hopping a curb and slamming into a cement planter on the front side of the home.
She went on to park her car in the middle of the street and was walking her dog as police arrived. She was booked on two misdemeanors, DUI alcohol and hit-and-run, and released from the Newport Beach jail on a $2,500 bond. Shannon’s car was later seized as part of the police investigation. The Bravo star reportedly broke her arm during the crash.
Shannon’s lawyer released a statement on Monday, writing — “I spent quite a bit of time with Shannon yesterday. She is extremely apologetic and remorseful. We will be awaiting the official information on this case as it becomes available, and Shannon is prepared to accept full responsibility for her actions.”
A Freedom of Information Act request for Shannon’s mugshot along with any footage of the arrest was later rejected by the Newport Beach Police Department, as they categorized the visual details as “investigatory privilege.”
“The request for any police reports, 911 calls, photos including booking photo, video including body worn camera and dash camera footage must be denied,” a form letter by the Newport Beach police stated, per a Radar report.
Olivia Davis is a Staff Writer at All About The Tea. Olivia’s hobbies include binging Netflix series, and watching Housewives on Bravo. She graduated from San Francisco State University with a degree in History.