Tristan Thompson took Mia Bally back after she lied about her arrest for stalking – but will the Married at First Sight star change his mind after reading the police reports? RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive details on Bally’s shocking bust.
The drama started when Bally’s ex-boyfriend called police on June 2, 2016 to report trespassing.
“He explained he has been having trouble with an ex-girlfriend, Ameea Bally,” the reporting officer wrote. “She came to his home and work and he has repeatedly asked her to leave him alone.”
Bally then pulled up as her ex spoke with the officer.
“I explained to her the ex-boyfriend’s wishes and that she was not to come to his residence anymore,” the report read. “I also told her if she did come to his residence or place of employment she could be arrested for trespassing. She told me she understood and she would not bother her ex-boyfriend again.”
But she did, as her ex contacted police again on August 7, 2017 for annoying phone calls domestic violence and trespassing.
“She continued to call, text and show up at his residence in the wee house of the morning,” the report read. “He is trying to avoid a restraining order.”
The officer then called Bally, explaining that she was to refrain from calling, texting and reaching out to him on social media. She said she “understands.”
Months later, her ex-boyfriend phoned cops again on January 4, 2018 for identity theft and cyberstalking.
The ex-boyfriend, who dated Bally for a year, explained to officers that she constantly harassed him through Facebook and text.
“Her ex-boyfriend stated he got a text from Bally on 12/26/2017, saying, ‘I ordered you a Christmas gift,’” the reporting officer wrote. “He then got three receipts from Amazon under his account using his credit card that he has ordered an I-Phone X for the price of $1,372.74, a 4-year Asurion Home extended protection plan for the price of $31.75 and a Squaretrade fitness equipment protection plan for the price of $1,372.74.”
The ex-boyfriend provided police with a flash drive that contained nearly 200 texts, Facebook messages and pictures that Bally has sent him over the past year.
A warrant was issued for Bally’s arrest for three counts of stalking and one count of unauthorized use of access card on February 6, 2018, Monsters & Critics first reported.
According to her bail order, she was to be held without bond on all four charges.
She was arrested on March 28, 2016 while boarding a plane for her honeymoon.
When she was released, she claimed her identity was stolen and police arrested the wrong person. She then admitted to lying about the arrest.
Although Thompson considered leaving his wife, he stood by her and even said “I love you.”
Married At First Sight airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Lifetime.
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