Actor Columbus Short has been charged with two misdemeanor counts of home violence and baby endangerment following an arrest for home violence earlier this month, in line with court docket paperwork.
Quick, 39, was arrested Feb. 3, after police responded to a name relating to “a verbal altercation” between the previous “Scandal” star and spouse Aida Abramyan, in line with People. Quick reportedly instructed police Abramyan punched him within the face, though authorities didn’t be aware any facial accidents on the time. Nonetheless, Quick was arrested on a felony home violence cost after police detected “a minor damage” on Abramyan’s face.
Quick’s bail was set at $50,000, in line with Folks, and he was launched on bond at 1:45 p.m. the identical day.
Within the lawsuit, obtained by USA TODAY, Quick’s home violence cost stems from his alleged damage of Abramyan, leading to his spouse’s “traumatic situation.” The incident additionally allegedly happened in entrance of a kid, which the lawsuit states inflicted “unjustifiable bodily ache and psychological struggling” on the kid, ensuing within the baby endangerment cost towards Quick.
USA TODAY has reached out to Quick’s reps for remark.
This isn’t the primary time Quick’s love life and authorized troubles have collided. Quick’s ex-girlfriend Karrine Steffans and McCall each filed momentary restraining orders towards Quick in 2016 and 2014 respectively, in line with Folks, for alleged threats of violence. In 2014, Quick was additionally arrested in two separate incidents on prices of felony battery with serious bodily injury and public intoxication.
Quick is most well-known for taking part in Harrison Wright within the ABC political drama “Scandal,” which additionally starred Kerry Washington and Portia de Rossi. Quick has additionally appeared within the movies “Stomp the Yard” and “Cadillac Data.”
Contributing: Elise Brisco