'Bachelor' alum Amanda Stanton pleads not guilty after domestic battery arrest
“Bachelor” alum Amanda Stanton entered a plea of now not responsible after being charged with one depend of misdemeanor home battery after she was arrested in Las Vegas, Nevada, following an alleged altercation with boyfriend Bobby Jacobs.
“Ms. Stanton was once arraigned these days,” a consultant for the Clark County Courtroom told People on Wednesday. “She entered a plea of Now not Accountable and is scheduled for a bench trial on December 12, 2018.”
Safety answered to a battery home violence name round three:15 a.m. Sept. 10, consistent with the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Division. Stanton, 28, allegedly driven Jacobs whilst he was once talking with safety, and the government had been referred to as.
The mum of 2 was once booked and later launched from the Clark County Detention Heart.
“Amanda is embarrassed and ashamed this came about and sincerely apologizes to lodge safety and the Las Vegas Police Division,” Stanton’s spokesperson stated in a commentary.
“Amanda is a steady, respectful one who hasn’t ever gotten bodily with any person beneath any circumstance,” the commentary endured. “That night time she had a couple of beverages at a bachelorette birthday celebration and when lodge safety requested her and Bobby to calm down, she were given a little bit rambunctious.”
Stanton, who seemed on Ben Higgins’ season of “The Bachelor” in 2016, remains to be courting Jacobs.
This story originally appeared in the New York Submit.