One Real Housewife of Orange County is Hit with Lawsuit and Another is Just Hit

Gretch

Went to

The Real Housewives of Orange County

and

Cops

broke out.

Dueling gossip sites are reporting that Simon Barney, husband of Real Housewife Tamra Barney, was arrested this morning on a domestic violence charge, and that after arriving at a get acquainted dinner at the home of new Real Housewife Peggy Tanous, old Real Housewife Gretchen Rossi was served with a lawsuit from her ex-.

PerezHilton.com has the scoop on the Barney bust.

TMZ says it exclusively received Simon Barney's booking photo.

The Barneys, who are in the process of divorcing, have been sharing custody of a dog. After bringing the pooch back Monday night to Tamra's new house--which includes a custom-made new boyfriend--Simon became angry and threw a leash, hitting Tamra and causing children in the abode to cry.

She called the cops. He was busted and held in lieu of $100,000 bail. Hilton reports receiving a text from Simon saying the leash slipped out of his hands.

Stay classy, Barneys!

RadarOnline.com has the "exclusive" on the Rossi incident.

She had just stepped out of her car for the dinner party when she was met by two lawsuit servers. Rossi apparently tried to avoid them at first, but in the end accepted the documents. Her ex-boyfriend Jay Photoglou is suing her for libel, slander and five other counts.

Radar reports that Rossi has filed suits against Photoglou as well. "They've spent a fortune suing each other," a source reportedly told the gossip site. "But the money doesn't seem to matter. They each want to stomp the other one."

Stay classy, Gretch and Jay!

Bravo's cameras were set up inside the home of newest cast member Tanous to tape the dinner, but they apparently missed Rossi being served. Wotta shame.


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