'Big Brother' alum Christmas Abbott gets plea deal for ramming her car into car of baby daddy's girlfriend
By Steven Rogers, 05/09/2019
Big Brother alum Christmas Abbott has struck a plea deal to resolve last year's incident in which she repeatedly rammed her car into the vehicle of her baby daddy's new girlfriend.
Christmas has plead guilty to a reduced charge of misdemeanor criminal mischief charge and been sentenced to 12 months probation and 25 hours of community service for the violent altercation involving the new girlfriend of her former boyfriend Benjamin Bunn, TMZ reported.
While the couple broke up before the child's birth, Benjamin is the father of Christmas' baby boy who was born in October 2018.
The plea deal ensures Christmas will not spend any time behind bars, but she must reportedly pay $1,357.95 in restitution as well as complete an anger management class.
During the August 18 incident, Christmas allegedly drove to a gym to confront Samantha Morse, Benjamin's new girlfriend, Us Weekly reported.
According to the police reported obtained by Us, Christmas -- who was eight months pregnant at the time -- "rammed another vehicle multiple times" following a fight with Samantha in the parking lot.
"[Christmas] came to the gym to confront her child's father's romantic partner. Once there, she threw a coffee cup and caused a scene," the report read.
"The suspect entered her Mercedes-Benz SUV and proceeded to ram the victim's vehicle twice. This caused over $5,000 worth of damage to the victim's vehicle."
Samantha told police Christmas allegedly called her a "pathetic, home-wrecking little slut" before hitting her car, however police did not immediately arrest Christmas at the scene because of her pregnancy.