Real Housewives of Beverly Hills star Dorit Kemsley’s husband PK. On Thursday, District Attorney Gloria Allred announced that the couple will not be charged in a domestic violence incident. However, arrest for Dorit Kemsley’s husband PK for DUI a month after the alleged incident.
“This was not a ‘trumped up’ allegation by a disgruntled neighbor,” Allred said in a statement. “Our investigation has shown that the Beverly Hills Police Department was either unwilling or unable to carry out their duties and take the steps that were necessary to arrest Mr. Kemsley. We will immediately ask the Beverly Hills Police Department to conduct a thorough investigation into why the arrest of my client would not have been authorized.”
“Somehow, one must wonder if it is because Dorit was wearing a Tiffany’s necklace, considering Mr. Kemsley is a professional jeweler. It may also have been because the victim was not in a position to give consent for a search. But, the fact that the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has declined to file any criminal charges in this case, is a considerable victory for my client and for the rule of law,” Allred added.
Law enforcement sources told TMZ that PK Kemsley blew a .17- and .17-liter alcohol level–which is in violation of California law.
On February 24, 2016, the former Hollywood power couple was charged with misdemeanor assault and battery for beating up their neighbor Kalia Rouan in their home. They plead not guilty and a judge set a trial date for November 8, 2016. Police were called to the Beverly Hills home the former “Real Housewives” stars shared with their three children. At the time, the Beverly Hills Police Department said the “violent incident” involved a dispute between Kemsley and Rouan over a children’s custody matter.
Once the trial date was set, the couple reached a plea deal with the D.A.
As a condition of the agreement, Dorit Kemsley agreed to sign a one-year restraining order prohibiting her estranged husband from within 150 yards of her or the couple’s three children. The term also included a requirement that the husband undergo drug and alcohol counseling.