Gina Kirschenheiter The Real Housewives of Orange County - RHOC

RHOC’s Gina Kirschenheiter Pulled Over for Traffic Violation

Apparently RHOC stars do not get the celebrity treatment when it comes to the O.C. police!

The Blast reports that Gina Kirschenheiter may have had a rough 2018 but her 2019 started off on the wrong foot as well. According to court documents obtained by The Blast, Gina was pulled over by a police in Newport Beach in January after allegedly running through a stop sign.

Apparently she did not get off the hook and was issued a ticket by the officer then let on her way:

“The penalty for the traffic violation is $238 in California but it adds a point to your DMV record.”

Gina has been in the spotlight recently for filing divorce from her husband Matt after almost eight years of marriage. The two had an odd dynamic as he was never around the cameras and despite being separated the two remained best friends who still occasionally had sex.

As of now the divorce is still amicable with Matt “agreeing Gina should be paid spousal support but said he wants all assets he owned before the marriage, including his clothing, jewelry and personal effects to be awarded to him along with his post-separation earnings.”

According to the other ladies, divorce is amicable until money gets involved. I’ll be interested to see if the two can finalize the divorce and still remain as close as they are now.

Here’s hoping to a better 2019 for Gina!

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