The Bachelorette's Chad Johnson arrested for robbery and domestic violence

Carla Harmon
February 27, 2020

The outlet said Johnson's robbery charge is a result of Mishler's claim that he took her phone when she called 911.

According to TMZ, which first reported the news, Johnson's girlfriend, Annalise Mishler, said he had gotten physical with her and officers found visible red marks on her face.

© Provided by People Annalise Mishelr/Instagram Johnson spoke to TooFab ahead of his arrest, apologizing for his behavior in Mishler's Instagram Stories and saying he had relapsed after two months of not drinking.

'He went insane, ' she said, 'On me.


By Monday night, Chad had been arrested by members of the Los Angeles Police Department on felony domestic violence and robbery charges, with the latter offense tacked on for discarding Mishler's phone when she tried to call for help. I drank to the point where I didn't even know I was with her. She also said she was "being guilted" for her video posts documenting the dispute, which she was told was "ruining [Johnson's] life".

"I screwed up 1000 per cent", he added.

"I've been so stressed, man, just sitting in my vehicle crying sometimes, just losing my mind". "You can't take that kind of stuff back". "I just gotta take the Instagram Story's word that I was there". I am sorry. I never meant to make anybody think all of these things. He also said he'll be getting professional help because while he "doesn't drink every day, . when I do drink I make awful decisions".

Johnson was a contestant on Jojo Fletcher's season of The Bachelorette in 2016.


When Johnson was invited to Bachelor in Paradise, fans were concerned because of his apparent anger problems.

He's made reality stardom into a career, also appearing on Famously Single, Celebrity Big Brother UK and MTV's Ex on the Beach. They started dating in September, but it was turbulent from the start.

"This is the reality of my life, which is great, ' she continued, then showing her 'traumatized" calico cat.

According to updates from Us Weekly, the two live in the same apartment complex and a bystander heard the commotion and made a decision to call the police for help.


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