Former 'Glee' actress Naya Rivera charged with domestic battery
28 November 2017, 12:26 | Santos Harmon
Glee star assaulted husband 'in row over their child'
Rivera, 30, was charged with domestic battery for reportedly assaulting her spouse, fellow actor Ryan Dorsey, while visiting his hometown of Chesapeake, WV. This was after she allegedly assaulted and lightly injured her husband of three years, Ryan Dorsey, while taking their two year-old son, Josey, for a walk.
Rivera's bond was set at $1,000, and she was released and picked up from the courthouse by her father-in-law. Last month Naya decided not to go forward with her divorce from Ryan, filing a request for dismissal of the divorce paperwork she originally filed in November of 2016.
"I told y'all. I told y'all.", a little girl in the video says.
Naya and Ryan's wedding was much of a surprise to many of their friends and family who had no idea about their budding relationship.
Because the Internet is a sad, cruel place with no bounds, Rivera's ex-boyfriend - a small man that goes by the name of Big Sean - took the opportunity to be shady and not mind his business. "He's a Cancer", she said.
"I learned that I was no longer getting married from the internet, and at the same time as the rest of the world", Rivera shared in her memoir, recalling how Big Sean's publicist issued a statement that they had split at the time. We're getting sexual offenders, racist, and even domestic violence out of the paint.
Rivera, who played a cheerleader on the show, was busted after the incident with Dorsey in their West Virginia home, according to WSAZ-TV.
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