Father-of-six Bryan Masche told police his rights were being violated and that no domestic dispute was taking place!
Yikes! Things really got out of hand on the day that Raising Sextuplets dad Bryan Masche got into a domestic disagreement with his wife Jennifer Masche — Bryan was reportedly threatened with a taser gun by police after he resisted their attempts to arrest him!
After police arrived on the scene and tried multiple times to place handcuffs on Bryan, the dad “refused” and started yelling, “I didn’t do anything,” according to a police report from Arizona’s Camp Verde Marshal’s Office. Bryan locked and held his arms in front of his body “in a manner to prevent them from behind secured [and only] complied prior to the taser being deployed!”
“Dispatch advised that the incident was verbal at the time, however the suspect … was becoming more aggressive, and that there were firearms in a vehicle,” the report states. Bryan even claimed to have “law enforcement experience and that domestic violence had not occur[red]” as he continued to argue that officers were violating his rights.
Bryan and Jennifer’s initial disagreement apparently began at about 2 p.m. when he reportedly grew angry that his wife had not told him that she was planning on taking their six 3-year-olds Bailey, Blake, Cole, Grant, Molli and Savannah to Phoenix to meet some friends. Bryan had supposedly wanted to take the family to a lake.
The argument escalated at a small home belonging to a relative of the couple’s in a town about 90 miles north of Phoenix. Bryan was later charged with two counts disorderly conduct for domestic violence, one count resisting arrest, and one count threatening domestic violence.
Though Bryan has not responded to reports, he did tweet this on Sept. 21: “A public statemenet will b made and will probably suprise most..”