Christian Richard in a black suit with his arm around Christine Quinn, who is in a silver gown
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Christine Quinn’s Husband Arrested for Domestic Violence, Accused of Throwing Glass Bottle

Our hearts are with former Selling Sunset star Christine Quinn, who is navigating a terrifying situation with her husband, Christian Richard. He was just arrested for domestic violence and is currently in custody with the Los Angeles Police Department.

Allegedly, Christian tried to throw a bag with a glass bottle inside of it at Christine. He missed Christine and struck their two-year-old son instead. Page Six originally reported all of the details about the arrest. They also obtained photos of Chrstine’s husband leaving the house in handcuffs in nothing but a bathrobe.

Inside the disturbing details

According to the LAPD, Christian injured his child when trying to attack his wife. Paramedics arrived on the scene to treat the kiddo, but it’s not clear the extent of his injuries. Sources close to the scene confirmed that he was later taken to a hospital via ambulance with his mom right by his side.

When the cops arrived at the home, they put Christian in handcuffs. Allegedly, he surrendered peacefully, and the pictures show him leaving their home barefoot and in a bathrobe. It’s an undignified arrest for an undignified crime. He’s currently in custody with a $30,000 bail.

Selling Sunset fans have been following Christian and Christine’s relationship for years. They tied the knot back in December 2019, and their over-the-top wedding was featured on the show. Then, they welcomed their only child together in 2021.

Christine left Selling Sunset ahead of Season 6 in 2022 and has been keeping a low profile since. She and Christian launched their cryptocurrency real estate firm. This arrest could prove to be a detriment to their business.

If you are impacted by the topics discussed here, do not hesitate to reach out for support. The National Domestic Violence Hotline is below.

National Domestic Violence Hotline: 800-799-7233

Hours: 24/7. Languages: English, Spanish, and 200+ through interpretation services.