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The Dirty Details Revealed! What Really Happened The Night Of Tamra Judge's Son's Arrest

Tamra Judge Son Arrested

Jul. 23 2015, Updated 11:48 a.m. ET

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The story behind the recent arrest of Tamra Judge's son Ryan Vieth for suspected domestic abuse is stranger than anything ever cooked up on the Real Housewives of Orange County! From sexts to nudity and a whole lot of booze, RadarOnline.com has all the details.

As Radar reported, Vieth was picked up for domestic violence on June 28, 2015, after a spat with his baby mama Sarah Rodriguez at their Rancho Santa Margarita, Calif., home. Rodriguez allegedly called 911 and claimed her shirtless husband had hit her and possibly broken her finger. He was never charged.

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Now, an insider is painting a shocking portrait of what they say really happened behind the scenes to spark the domestic disturbance.

"Ryan was sleeping in bed, but his friends were over and they were drinking," claims the insider to Radar. "Sarah woke him up by pouring water over his head, asking, 'Do you want to watch me f**k your friend's girlfriend?'"

Vieth "made everyone leave," the insider says.

But his night of surprises wasn't over. "Sarah fell walking up the stairs, and Ryan went to grab his cell that he thought was his but was actually hers," alleges the insider.

That's when Vieth, 29, saw "she was texting three different guys nasty things."

"There was a struggle with the phone and she ran out the front door to a neighbor and said he was beating her," claims the insider, noting that the cops showed up on the domestic dispute call and arrested Vieth, but declined to press charges.

The insider also tells Radar that this "isn't the first time" Vieth's suspicions have been raised about his relationship.

On one occasion, alleges the insider, "Sarah went on a job interview at 5 p.m. while he watched all the kids, and she did not get home until 5 the next morning."

Rodriguez did not respond to Radar's request for comment.

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