EXCLUSIVE: RHOC star Alexa Curtin – Blasted in O.C. Sheriff Rape Lawsuit, Defendants Demand Jury Know Her Past Arrests And Convictions
The saga continues, The Dirty can exclusively reveal Real Housewives of Orange County star Alexa Curtin is being blasted in her lawsuit accusing a O.C. Sheriff of rape … with the defendants demanding the reality star’s past criminal convictions and arrests be presented to the jury and pleading for any past sexual assault claims against the Deputy to be banned.
Alexa sued claiming while pulled over for a traffic violation back in 2014, an Orange County Sheriff officer named Deputy Caropino ordered him to straddle her and proceeded to rape her in the car. She claimed to follow orders out of fear for her safety. Once he finished the officer allegedly asked for her cell number.
She demanded damages for the alleged sexual assault. The County of Orange blasted the lawsuit saying the reality star consented to any alleged acts demanding it be throw out.
Alexa recently filed docs pleading with the judge to ban any talk of her porn star past or criminal convictions from the upcoming trial … arguing it would be a character attack and extremely prejudicial to the jury. Alexa has been arrested numerous time over the years on charges ranging from drug possession to domestic violence.
She says any evidence or reference to the jury of her past sexual history and porn career is inappropriate and inadmissible. Alexa believes this is a character attack and would be extremely prejudicial to the jury.
Then earlier today, the defendants fired back at Alexa’s attempt to ban evidence of her past criminal convictions or her motion to include testimony of alleged incidents where Deputy Caropino’s sexually assaulted other women.
They say her prior arrests and convictions are relevant and the jury needs to hear the evidence. Further, they are pleading for the judge not to allow any witness or evidence be presented over past sexual assault allegations against the Deputy … saying those have no bearing on the claims in the case.