"Big Brother" star Christmas Abbott allegedly caused thousands of dollars in damage when she repeatedly smashed her SUV into the car of her baby daddy's girlfriend, and The Blast has the photos of the brutal aftermath that landed the reality star in jail.
According to a source very close to the situation, Christmas began harassing Samantha Morse after she started dating the reality star's baby daddy. We're told Morse and Bunn were actually an item before he hooked up with Christmas, and after they broke up, he and Morse reconnected. Our source says the two were already split when Christmas realized she was pregnant.
We're told the "constant bullying" took place at the gym, a common ground for all parties involved, and while it was uncomfortable, the harassment was more like name calling and rudeness, but had not elevated to a level of physical violence.
Sources close to Morse tell us she tried to be respectful to Christmas and Bunn made it clear the two had broken up, but we're told the 3rd place finisher on "Big Brother" season 19 was not willing to keep the peace.
We're told after the day of the incident, when Christmas smashed her Mercedes SUV into Morse's Honda at their cross fit gym, Morse felt terrified knowing she could have been in the vehicle that the reality star targeted.
According to court records, Morse tried to file a protective order to keep Christmas at a safe distance, but because they could never serve the star the order was not granted.
We're told Morse's Honda suffered $10,000 in damages, and Christmas has not apologized or offered to pay for anything since the incident. We're told she did, however, reached out to Bunn to ask him to speak with Morse about not pressing charges.
Our source says Morse believes she has suffered longterm emotional damage from the attack, and followed through with pressing charges against the star. Christmas has since left Florida and moved back home to North Carolina.
As we reported, she surrendered to police and was charged with felony criminal mischief. She was later released on her own recognizance.
Late Wednesday, Christmas posted a message saying, "There are lies & truth to every story & I'll share mine when I'm ready."
Attempts to reach Christmas were unsuccessful.