Glee Alum Naya Rivera Arrested For Domestic Battery

27 November, 2017, 02:05 | Author: Julian Swanson
  • Glee Star Naya Rivera Charged With Domestic Battery

The video shows Rivera as she is being charged with misdemeanor domestic battery.

He reportedly later provided the officials with video footage of the incident.

According to Huntington, West Virginia TV station WSAZ, the arraignment occurred after midnight early Sunday.

As is always the case in criminal matters, the charge against Mrs. Rivera is merely an accusation.

The sheriff said Rivera was released after being arraigned.

The couple of three years has seen their fair share of ups and downs before.

Rivera's life off camera has been making headlines for years. Anderson called off his engagement to Rivera after a year, and released his 2015 hit "IDFWU" shortly after.

"She started to ignore me, and eventually it got to the point where she didn't say a word to me for all of Season 6", Rivera wrote.

Former Glee star Naya Rivera was arrested Saturday night for allegedly assaulting her husband Ryan Dorsey, as CNN reported. The two are pictured at an event for March of Dimes on December 4, 2015 in Beverly Hills, California.

However, in October 2017, Rivera called off the divorce and went back to husband Dorsey. Rivera was seeking primary physical custody of their son Josey with visitation rights for Dorsey.

After a brief romance with David Spade this summer, Rivera filed to have their divorce motion dismissed just last month.

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