Floribama Shore has been renewed for a second season – and the cast members are making sure it’s even more dramatic than the first! RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive details on Aimee Hall’s battery arrest.
In an incident report obtained from Bay County Sheriff’s Office, police responded to a report of a battery at a Panama City bar on May 16, 2018.
When the victim told police that the suspect was leaving in a blue van, a traffic stop was conducted.
“When asked if anyone in the vehicle had been involved in an altercation at Newby’s, a white female, later identified as Aimee Hall, stated she had been,” the reporting officer wrote.
Hall, 25, exited the vehicle and explained that a female approached her at the bar and began arguing with her.
“The female stated Aimee, who is part of the TV show ‘Floribama,’ was making ‘PCB ratchet,” the report read. “Aimee said the two continued to argue when she (Aimee) threw a cup of water on the female, then left. Aimee stated furthermore, prior in the evening, the same female had pushed her while in the bathroom.”
Police then spoke with Nilsa Anderson, who is also on Floribama Shore.
“Nilsa confirmed Aimee’s account of the incident and added the female, ‘bucked’ at Aimee,” the reported read. “After being ‘bucked’ at, Aimee reacted by throwing water on her.”
Police then spoke with the victim, who “appeared to have been crying” and “stated her nose hurt.”
The victim confirmed Hall’s account that she was making Panama City Beach “ratchet,” but gave police a different account of the altercation.
“Aimee turned and punched her in the face,” the report read. “The punch was from ‘left field’ and she was not expecting it. While speaking with Melissa, I observed water spots on her or her clothing. When I asked if Aimee threw water on her, the victim said, no. She again stated Aimee punched her.”
The victim’s friend and a security guard confirmed they saw Hall “strike” the woman.
When the officer traveled back to Hall’s location, she denied striking her in the face. She was placed under arrest.
“Ms. Hall was given a Notice to Appear by deputies at the scene,” a spokesperson for the Sheriff’s Office told Radar “That means she has been given a court date to appear in court about the incident. This is considered an arrest, but there is no booking process or mug shot.”
The reporting officer wrote that all parties, except for the security guard, appeared to be under the influence of alcohol.
Panama City News Herald was the first to report on the arrest. They reported she has a court date set for June 15.
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