Over the weekend, Shannon Beador, a well-known reality star, found herself in a troubling situation as she crashed her car into a home in Newport Beach, California. New photos obtained by Page Six depict the extent of the damage caused by this hit-and-run collision. As we examine the aftermath, it becomes evident that Beador’s actions have consequences that go beyond the immediate incident.
The images reveal a mangled planter with dislodged concrete slabs and an uprooted bush leaning against a tree. The point of impact on the house is clearly visible, with marks from Beador’s car imprinted on the gray paint to the right of the front door. Additionally, scattered throughout the scene are remnants of what appear to be parts of Beador’s vehicle.
Despite the compelling evidence laid bare in the photographs, Beador has chosen to remain silent about the accident. However, her lawyer, Mike Fell, issued a statement to Page Six on Monday. Fell expressed that Beador is deeply sorry and remorseful about her actions. He further added that once official information becomes available, Beador is prepared to take full responsibility for her actions.
While Beador has chosen not to speak about the incident herself, her fellow Bravolebrities have not remained silent. Tamra Judge, on her and Teddi Mellencamp’s “Two Ts in a Pod” podcast, grew emotional while discussing the arrest. Judge claimed that despite speaking to Beador on Sunday, she did not learn about the crash from her. This lack of communication from Beador left Judge feeling shocked and perplexed.
Jeff Lewis, the star of “Hollywood Houselift,” divulged during his radio show that Beador was injured but is currently undergoing recovery and entering counseling. His revelation sheds light on the physical and emotional toll this incident has taken on Beador.
According to TMZ, after Beador crashed into the house, she continued driving before eventually parking her vehicle on the street. When the police found her walking her dog, Archie, they noticed signs of intoxication and subsequently took her into custody. Beador has now been booked on two misdemeanors: hit-and-run and DUI alcohol. She was released on $2,500 bail the following morning.
Shannon Beador’s heedless actions have set in motion a chain of events that cannot be easily rectified. The photographs of the damaged property serve as a stark reminder of the potential dangers of reckless behavior. As the legal process unfolds, it remains to be seen how Beador will navigate the repercussions of her choices and what steps she will take to rectify the situation. Only time will tell the full extent of the consequences she will face.