How much can you really know about your significant other’s past?
Well, in Kenya Moore’s case, how much she did or did not know about her boyfriend’s past is coming into question.
The Real Housewives of Atlanta star’s boyfriend, according to Radar Online, was arrested for an altercation in a restaurant back in 2007. According to reports the website obtained, Moore’s boyfriend Eugene Casciaro’s arrest stemmed from him making “terroristic” threats at a high-end Atlanta restaurant and then assaulting a follow dinner-goer.
The event allegedly took place at Geisha House, an Atlanta sushi joint, where the victim, Grady Luckey, told police that he was minding his own business and eating his dinner with his girlfriend when Casciaro told him he was “going to f***ing kill him.” Casciaro even allegedly said, “Even if you two get married tomorrow, I’d still like to kill you… I’ll kill every f***ing person in here.”
Things escalated when Luckey asked Casciaro to stop yelling. He said Casciaro then “struck [him] in the back of his neck multiple times.”
Naturally, the police were called and, when they showed up, they said, “He was being very uncooperative and had a strong odor of alcohol coming from his person. He was arrested and charged accordingly.”
He was charged with simple battery in addition to the terroristic threats charge.
Radar reached out to Luckey for comment and he said, “I was eating a piece of sushi, and the next thing I know, I was being punched in the face!” He recalled Casciaro saying, “You don’t know who I am! You don’t talk to me like that!”
The charges against the Real Housewives boyfriend were later dropped for unspecified reasons.
Fans seem to think that this either shouldn’t affect Moore very much, calling into question her own sanity, or that the Real Housewives star was just keeping Casciaro around temporarily anyway to keep her story line relevant on the show.