SEND US A TIP!CLICK OR 844.412.5278

'RHONY' Star Luann de Lesseps’ Finally a Free Woman After Finishing Probation

Getty
By Ryan Naumann

“Real Housewives of New York” star Luann de Lesseps’ is officially a free woman after she has wrapped up probation.

According to court documents obtained by The Blast, de Lesseps has completed her one-year probation sentence stemming from her 2017 drunken arrest on Christmas Eve in Palm Beach, Florida.

The reality star will no longer have to check in with a probation officer, deal with alcohol classes or be court-ordered to attend AA meetings.

Related to what you're reading:
ARTICLE CONTINUES BELOW

Last July, Luann de Lesseps struck a deal where she entered a guilty plea to three counts: battery, trespassing, and disorderly intoxication.

The deal called for de Lesseps to get one year of probation, pay fines, perform 50 hours of community service, attend two AA meetings per week, have no possession or consumption of alcohol or illegal drugs and random drug testing paid for by her.

Instagram

The “RHONY” star was facing up to one year in jail for the battery, one year for trespassing and 60 days for the disorderly intoxication charge.

As The Blast previously reported, the reality star was charged with felony battery on an officer, disorderly intoxication, and resisting an arrest with violence. De Lesseps allegedly kicked a police officer during the ordeal.

Instagram

Back in May, a judge found the reality star in violation of her probation for allegedly failing an alcohol test. She had allegedly admitted to her probation officer that she had consumed two mimosas after a performance in Chicago.

According to the Violation Report, “Since being placed on supervision only a total of 5 AA Meetings have been submitted to the state of Florida.”

The officer went on to recommend “that the subject’s probation is reinstated and modified to the following: ordered to complete a 4-week outpatient treatment and she is fitted with an alcohol ankle monitoring device.”

The judge decided not to throw her in jail and instead added new terms to her probation.

Next Article