It’s no surprise that the couple have split considering he threatened the safety of their children in an incident on Sept. 11! The whole situation is “very upsetting,” Bryan’s grandmother tells HollyBaby.com exclusively!
Raising Sextuplets couple Jennifer Masche and Bryan Masche are calling it quits. Jennifer filed for legal separation from her husband on Sept. 17, just five days after he was arrested at her parents’ Arizona home on Sept. 11 and charged with two counts disorderly conduct for domestic violence, one count resisting arrest, and one count threatening domestic violence, according to RadarOnline. Bryan was booked after he got into a verbal disagreement with Jennifer and threatened the safety of his six 3-year-olds Bailey, Blake, Cole, Grant, Molli and Savanna by loading three of them into a van that held four loaded guns. So why is Jenny allowing Bryan to spend a few days with their three boys?
According to Bryan’s Twitter, Jenny is still letting him see their kids, despite the fact that he threatened their safety. “Just picked up the boys from Nanna’s will spend a few days have some guy time,” he tweeted Sept. 26.
HollyBaby.com spoke to Bryan’s grandmother this afternoon, and she was in the middle of feeding the three boys some lunch. We could hear the kids in the background as she spoke to us, handing one of them a sandwich as she told us that Bryan and Jenny’s split was “very upsetting.”
On the weekend, fans of Raising Sextuplets noted that Bryan had reactivated his Facebook account and posted the following message: “There is always more than meets the eye. But i luv jenny and the kids and we r working on it.”
While the boys are at Bryan’s mother’s house, HollyBaby.com understands that Jenny and the girls remain at her dad’s house in Camp Verde, Arizona.
As of now, WE tv has no comment on the situation, or whether filming on a new season of Raising Sextuplets will go ahead.