Shahs Of Sunset's Mike Shouhed Faces 14 Criminal Charges From Domestic Incident With Fiancée

The real easter mogul and former reality star could face up to 10 years in prison.

August 08, 2022
Mike Shouhed arrives at Wines By Wives Launch Party For Celebrity Wine of The Month Club at The Lexington on May 8, 2012 in Los Angeles, California.

Real easter mogul and former reality star Mike Shouhed could face up to 10 years in prison for domestic incident with his fiancée.

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Former reality star Mike Shouhed has been slammed with 14 criminal counts, including domestic violence against his fiancée, according to Page Six.

Shouded, 43, who was one of the stars of Bravo TV’s reality program Shahs of Sunset, has plead not guilty to all counts which include:

  • Two counts of domestic violence
  • Four counts of domestic battery
  • Two counts of intimidating a witness
  • One count of possession of an assault weapon
  • Two counts of criminal storage of a firearm
  • Two counts of unsafe storage of a firearm; and
  • One count of carrying a concealed weapon.

The charges stem from a March 28, 2022 arrest in which Shouded was taken in for “intimate partner violence with injury.” He posted a $50,000 bond and is due back in court for a pre-trial hearing on August 29.

The real estate broker starred on the reality television program for all nine seasons. Bravo canceled the show shortly after Shouded was arrested. However, according to Page Six, Shouded’s arrest is not the reason why the show was canceled.

“Mike’s situation has nothing to do with what is currently being reported about the show,” one insider told the outlet.

“There was little chance that Mike would return if there was a new season anyway,” another said.

According to NBC, an LAPD informant claimed the victim, Paulina Ben-Cohen, 32, had “visible injury” on her on the night of the arrest.

“We are working with the authorities to seek a just and fair outcome to this sad situation,” Paulina Ben-Cohen’s attorney, Josh Ritter, told Page Six in April. “The family appreciates your space and respect for their privacy during this time.

Shouded has maintained his innocence and pleaded not guilty to all 14 charges. He could face up to 10 years in prison.

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