Southern Charm star Thomas Ravenel claimed in explosive court documents that his baby mama, Kathryn Dennis, was involved in a hit-and-run accident, and now RadarOnline.com has obtained the shocking footage!
Ravenel “is informed and believes that on or about October 29, 2018, Mother committed a hit and run,” he claimed in legal papers filed in his bitter custody battle with Dennis.
In the footage timestamped 12:04 p.m. on October 29, 2018, and published on AllAboutTheTea.com, Dennis is seen exiting her Charleston, South Carolina, home while talking on her phone. She then enters her car, a dark Jeep SUV.
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According to the surveillance video, Dennis sits in her vehicle for several minutes before backing up her Jeep directly into the BMW SUV that was parked two spots away from her. She drives forward before reversing again and backing out of the parking area.
Dennis, the mother of Kensie and Saint, allegedly failed to get out of her car and examine the damage done to the BMW SUV or leave a note.
Ravenel claimed in his bombshell court documents that Dennis’ failure to take action after the hit and run showed a “gross lack of character and integrity.”
He also alleged: “Father is informed and believes that Mother’s failure to immediately inform the injured party as to the damage she inflicted on the party’s vehicle reflects a gross lack of character and integrity, causing Father concern as to Mother’s ability to be a moral example and role model for the minor children.”
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