28 November, 2017
Seven days before police arrested Naya Rivera for domestic battery, the former Glee actress opened up during an interview about who is the "push-over" parent in the relationship between herself and Ryan Dorsey.
At the time of Naya's arrest, it was believed Ryan had video footage of the alleged incident, and now, in a criminal complaint obtained by People magazine, an unnamed Charleston police deputy has claimed to have viewed the footage. Humphreys added that the deputy talked to Dorsey who said he was struck by Rivera in the head and on the bottom lip when an argument between the couple erupted. After arrest booking procedures she was taken to Kanawha County Magistrate Court where she was arraigned and a bond was set. Later on, she was picked up by her father-in-law.
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Video of the actress in court showed her wearing a gray hooded sweatshirt and handcuffs as she answered the judge's questions, CNN affiliate WCHS reported. If convicted, Rivera could be sentenced to a maximum of a year in prison and a fine of up to $500.
Rivera and Dorsey got married in 2014. The couple split past year (16), but they later reconciled and last month the divorce proceedings were dismissed.