Marlo Hampton appears to have been promoted to full-time status on The Real Housewives of Atlanta after Kenya Moore’s firing – and her history of arrests is enough to keep a peach in her hand! RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive details on Hampton’s violent past arrests.
In an incident report obtained from the Circuit Court of Pinellas County in Florida, she was arrested on August 19, 1998 for battery on a law enforcement officer.
“While officer was speaking with complainant, [Hampton] walked into [the] residence and began to argue with her,” the report read. “[Hampton] then spit on complainant and threw a glass bottle at her.”
Hampton and the complainant then began to get into a “physical confrontation.”
“[The officer] ordered both of them to separate,” the report continued. “Both refused my commands. Defendant began to swing at [the officer] with her legs and arms striking.”
Hampton was held on $10,000 bond. She entered a plea of nolo contendere, which means accepting a conviction as though guilty but not admitting guilt. She was placed on probation for 12 months.
According to an incident report obtained from Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, she was arrested for aggravated battery with great bodily injury and harm with a deadly weapon on May 26, 1999. She was held on $5,000 bond and released the same day.
In another incident report obtained from Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office, she was arrested for aggravated battery – great bodily harm with a deadly weapon on June 19, 2000. She served time and was released on December 8, 2000.
The legal troubles continued on February 14, 2001. She violated her probation when she was busted for aggravated battery with a deadly weapon. She was released on February 20, 2001, the Hillsborough County Sheriff’s Office report reveals.
And finally on July 28, 2003, she was arrested for aggravated battery of great bodily harm. She violated her probation. She was released 30 days later on August 27, 2003.
Hampton told Bossip of the arrests in 2011, “Let me first state that I am not ashamed of my past as that has helped me become a better woman today. We all have a past and my hard-knock childhood in and out of the Foster Care system is a reflection on a bigger issue we are faced with here in America, a broken Foster Care system. My present charge in life is to live with God in my heart and help young women especially from the foster care system avoid the challenges I faced. I’m more then just what is being said of me and I have a story to tell.”
“Marlo showed me her street side that everyone talks about!” Leakes wrote. “Yes you can put lipstick on a pig but it is still a pig!”
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