“Shahs of Sunset” alum Mike Shouhed’s domestic violence charges will be dismissed thanks to a deal he cut with prosecutors.
The former Bravolebrity is set to enter a diversion program that will dismiss his domestic violence, battery and unlawfully attempting to dissuade a witness charges upon completion, according to court documents filed on Sept. 30 and obtained by Page Six.
Shouhed, 43, agreed to take anger management and parenting classes, as well as complete a gun safety course and community service. He’s also barred from owning or possessing a firearm until he finishes the program.
Shouhed was arrested in March for allegedly getting into a physical altercation with a woman who was later identified as his fiancée, Paulina Ben-Cohen.
“Paulina’s primary focus is on keeping herself and her children safe,” Ben-Cohen’s attorney, Joshua Ritter, said in a statement to Page Six in July.
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“She supports the work that the police and the City Attorney’s Office have done, and she continues to cooperate with them while looking forward to putting this sad situation behind her and moving on with her life.”
About a week after Shouhed’s arrest, Bravo canceled “Shahs of Sunset” after nine seasons, with a source telling us that it became “too expensive to make.” A Ryan Seacrest Productions insider, however, claimed the show simply “ran its course.”
Another source told Page Six at the time that Shouhed and Ben-Cohen’s relationship had become “unclear.” She hasn’t posted a photo of him since July.
TMZ was first to report the news of Shouhed’s deal.