After a verbal altercation with his wife, Jenny, led to charges of domestic violence, Bryan Masche has been offered a plea agreement that could save him from going to jail.
Update: Bryan Masche took the plea agreement. He pleaded guilty today to two misdemeanor counts of threatening and intimidating along with disorderly conduct and sentencing has been deferred for 12 months according to E!. The stipulations are that Bryan can’t break the law, he must complete domestic violence counseling and 10 hours of parenting class. If he does all this, he will avoid jail time.
Raising Sextuplets‘ dad, Bryan Masche, has been offered a plea agreement in his domestic violence case that could keep him from heading to jail. Bryan, 32, is set to appear in Camp Verde Municipal court today (Nov. 4), where he faces charges of domestic violence and resisting arrest for his vicious verbal altercation with his wife Jennifer Masche, 35, on Sept. 11.
A source tells RadarOnline.com that Bryan will enter his plea at a pretrial hearing today. The reality TV dad would plead guilty to two misdeamonor charges — threatening and intimidating per domestic violence and disorderly conduct per domestic violence. If Bryan accepts this offer, he will be required to take parenting classes and mandatory counseling, but would ultimately avoid jail time. Also, he could be given a deferred sentence — if he follows the terms of the plea agreement and obeys all laws for 12 months, all his charges will be dropped.
After getting into a heated argument with Jenny in Arizona, Bryan was almost tasered by police before he was handcuffed and arrested. Jenny filed for legal separation just six days later, seeking sole custody of their six 3-year-olds — Savannah, Bailey, Grant, Cole, Molli and Blake.