Gina Kirschenheiter Gets Pulled Over By The Cops — Find Out The Shocking Reason Why

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Jan. 14 2019, Updated 8:33 p.m. ET

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Real Housewives of Orange County star Gina Kirschenheiter isn’t exactly having the best start to her 2019 as she was recently pulled over by the cops. Read on to find out the shocking reason why.

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Court documents obtained by The Blast showed that the incident between Gina and the cops took place shortly after the new year on January 3rd.

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The mother-of-three was pulled over by a law enforcement officer in Newport Beach, California after she allegedly ran through a stop sign.

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She was issued a ticket by the officer and let on her way.

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The penalty for the traffic violation is $238 in California but it adds a point to your DMV record. Could this situation be part of her storyline if she returns to RHOC for season 14?

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Gina has had enough legal issues over the past year as she filed for divorce from her estranged husband Matthew in April of 2018. She listed irreconcilable differences as the reason for the split.

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Since then, she’s embraced the single life as much as possibly by going on her first post-divorce date and sparking romance rumors with her personal trainer.

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What are your thoughts on Gina’s run-in with the law? Sound off in the comments!


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