A 'Bachelor' Star Just Called 911 On His Ex-Fiancée
No rose here — what went on behind closed doors.
According to Us Weekly, Irvine Police responded to a “keep the peace” call because there was an incident over possession of a car.
Hayley Watts, Murray’s assistant, told the magazine, “I was there with a police officer trying to make a peaceful exchange trying to receive the [car] keys from Amanda.”
InTouch reported that Josh asked Amanda to pay him $30,000 to pay off the cost of the Audi Q5 he bought her.
Amanda revealed she had an agreement with Josh to keep the car and take over the payments but instead he called the cops.