We’ve obtained the chilling 911 calls made by Bryan Masche’s father-in-law prior to the We TV’s Raising Sextuplets dad’s arrest earlier this month on domestic violence charges.
911 Call – Hear the audio on RadarOnline.com
Masche, a father of 3-year-old sextuplets, was arrested in Arizona on September 11 after a major family fight in which he’s accused of shouting profanities at his wife Jenny, threatening to “flatten” his father-in-law, and refusing to comply with deputies’ commands.
We should warn you that the tapes are muddled, uncomfortable and filled with explicit language. In the first tape, we hear Masche’s father-in-law describing a tense scene to the operator.
“He’s holding three of the kids right now, kinds leveraging … its all verbal … he’s just loaded up some guns in the back of his car and he had eight years of being a cop, according to him,” the father-in-law said.
The second tape is even more graphic, as Masche’s father-in-law is heard pleading with the 32-year-old father-of-six amid tense commotion in the background.
“Bryan come on, come on,” the father-in-law said. “This is the reason I don’t want you on the road … I’m worried for your kids, Bryan.”
Masche addressed the claims in an exclusive interview with RadarOnline.com Tuesday.
“I’m not a criminal,” he said. “Look at my record: I was in the United States Air Force for eight years before working in pharmaceuticals. Now, I’m running my own finance company. At the moment I don’t want to comment further on this incident.”
Masche, who posted a $3,500 bond September 12, has pleaded not guilty to three counts of domestic violence and one count of resisting arrest. He’s due back in court October 7.