'Shahs of Sunset' Star MJ's Husband Sentenced To 10 Days In Jail After Smashing Up Co-Star Reza's Home
"Shahs of Sunset" Star Mercedes Javid's husband Tommy Feight was court today where he plead no contest to vandalizing Reza Farahan's home, as a result he is now to the slammer.
We're told Feight agreed to a plea deal where he will plead no contest to vandalism in exchange for prosecutors dropping the trespassing charge.
But, Feight received a harsh punishment of 10 days in L.A. County Jail for his actions. Once released, Feight will also be on probation for three years.
The Blast broke the story, Feight was charged with vandalism and trespassing after he was captured on video trashing 'Shahs of Sunset' star Reza Farahan's backyard.
After MJ's husband Tommy Feight showed up to Reza's property uninvited, Farahan immediately filed for a restraining order, claiming that on May 19, Tommy called and "threatened my life by phone and at 2:34 pm he vandalized our home." Farahan's husband Adam watched the whole thing go down on the footage captured on their security camera.
The Blast spoke with Reza, who said the fight stems from drama with MJ allegedly trying to become a season regular on their reality TV show.
Reza said "he became so upset that he blocked MJ on all social media, and when she began going on a "campaign" against him, he posted their text conversations on social media to establish a timeline". Reza also told us, Tommy is "just a low-class thug," but the threats were legit and he was in fear for his life.
MJ recently posted on her instagram, "Since I can never carry a baby again, I’m extremely grateful to those who made sure I had this shoot, and keep this memory forever. My body is still healing from pregnancy, my heart is fragile and vulnerable. I wish I had the compassion I have now, as a new mom, all of my life. But now I am learning to have a deeper appreciation about why growth in life is such an important gift. I want to be better, and stronger. Lately, most days are a challenge."
MJ's husband is due to turn himself into custody in the next few days.