Tristan Thompson married a stranger on Married at First Sight – and his new wife is more of a nightmare than a dream woman. RadarOnline.com can reveal exclusive details on Mia Bally's arrest for stalking.
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.
In court papers obtained from Judicial District Court of Ouachita Parish, the reporting officer wrote in the arrest warrant, "I was able to contact Jared Evans, who told me that over the past several months he has been harassed and stalked by his ex-girlfriend, Ameea Bally. Evans dated Bally and broke up during Christmas of 2016. Since splitting up, Evans has been repeatedly stalked by Bally."
Evans filed a police report with the Monroe Police Department on June 27, 2017, stating that she showed up to his home and work. When police responded, she was told to stop contacting Evans. She told police that she understood and left.
But then on August 7, 2017, Evans complained that Bally was "calling, texting and also showing up at his house again."
Although she told police again that she would refrain from contacting him, he called police again on January 4, 2018 when she reached out over Facebook.
"Evans stated he got a text from Bally on 12-26-27 saying 'I ordered you a Christmas gift,'" the warrant read. "Evans said he then got three receipts from Amazon totaling $1,455.18. Bally charged two protection plans and an iPhone x. Evans was able to clear up the charges on Amazon."
Then finally, on January 15, 2018, Bally emailed Evans talking about "missing fun times and wishing 'we could go back.'" She has changed her Facebook name and continuously text, called and electronically contacted him since ending the relationship."
According to her bail order, she was to be held without bond on all four charges.
When she was arrested on March 28, 2016, she was "released on her own recognizance as to all four charges."
According to the District Attorney's Office, the case has been dismissed.
In a preview for next week's episode, Thompson said, "It has been 18 hours since Mia has been arrested. No one knows where she is."
A producer then hands Thompson the warrant.
"I don't know what to do," he said as he read it. "I just want to see my wife."
Married at First Sight airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Lifetime.
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