'Raising Sextuplets' dad Bryan Masche almost Tasered before domestic violence arrest
You've heard by now, we hope, that the father on WEtv's new reality baby show, Raising Sextuplets was arrested for alleged domestic violence. But do you want to know the juicy details of Bryan Masche's tussle with police? We knew you did.
The 32-year-old apparently caused a commotion while visiting family in Camp Verde, Ariz., on Sept. 11 when wife Jenny said she was going to visit friends in Phoenix. He got plenty foul-mouthed and threaten to "flatten" his father-in-law when he tried to calm things down, Us reports. Then when cops arrived, he resisted arrested, avoiding handcuffs and shouting "I didn't do anything!" He backed down when cops threatened to hit him with the Taser. That's a great thing for Savannah, Bailey, Grant, Cole, Molli and Blake to see, ain't it?
"Bryan was then assisted back to his feet and escorted to my vehicle where he was secured," the arresting officer's report read. "While in my patrol vehicle, Bryan continued to be belligerent."
He eventually pleaded not guilty to three counts of domestic violence involving disorderly conduct and threats, Us says, as well as resisting arrest. He jumped $3,500 bail and is due back in court on Oct. 7. Boy, those casting directors for reality shows really know how to pick 'em.
[Photo: He seems so happy to be arrested, doesn't he? AP]