Get Your Fresh Intelligence Daily

SUBMIT

'MAFS' Divorce? Tristan Decides If He'll Dump Wife Mia After Stalking Arrest Lie

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:51 a.m. ET

Link to FacebookShare to TwitterShare to Email

Will Tristan Thompson get over his wife Mia Bally's stalking scandal? After the Married At First Sight star lied about her arrest, RadarOnline.com has obtained an exclusive sneak peek of her husband seeking the advice of the show's experts.

"We found out that Tristan had been told an untrue version of what happened," Dr. Pepper Schwartz said in the exclusive clip. "Of course we want to talk to both of them to really find out exactly what the truth is and help support the couple."

Article continues below advertisement

The experts are also going to discuss with Thompson and Bally if they're going to continue their marriage, which "had not had a chance to get going in any kind of healthy or stable way."

Dr. Schwartz explained if they do decide to divorce, they will "support" their decision.

"We know it's been a terribly trying time for the both of you as a couple and individuals and what we decided to do is to have a conversation with each of you separately and together," she told them, adding in her confessional, "We want to support the marriage, but we also want to support these people who have gone through a very difficult situation."

As Radar previously reported, Bally was arrested for three counts of stalking and one count of unauthorized use of access card on February 6, 2018.

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."

Article continues below advertisement

Evans filed a police report with the Monroe Police Department on June 27, 2017, claiming that she showed up to his home and work.

On August 7, 2017, Evans contacted police because Bally was "calling, texting and also showing up at his house again."

Although she told police again that she stop contacting him, he called police again on January 4, 2018 when she messaged him 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 on January 15, 2018, Bally emailed Evans talking about "missing fun times and wishing 'we could go back.'"

According to her bail order, she was to be held without bond on all four charges.

She was arrested on March 28, 2018 as Bally and Thompson were boarding a plane for their honeymoon.

According to the District Attorney's Office, the case has been dismissed.

Monsters & Critics was the first to report on the arrest.

Article continues below advertisement

Bally denied the claims to Thompson on the show, claiming someone stole her identity and that the police arrested the wrong person. But in a preview to next week's episode, she admitted to lying.

Married at First Sight airs Tuesdays at 9/8c on Lifetime.

We pay for juicy info! Do you have a story for RadarOnline.com? Email us at tips@radaronline.com, or call us at (866) ON-RADAR (667-2327) any time, day or night.

For the biggest celebrity news stories of the day, controversies, crime, and other hot topics listen to our new podcast ‘All Rise’ below!

Advertisement

© Copyright 2021 Radar Media Group LLC. Radar and RadarOnline are registered trademarks. All Rights Reserved. People may receive compensation for some links to products and services on this website. Offers may be subject to change without notice.