Real Housewives’ Crystal Kung Minkoff couldn’t drive a car in Arizona

The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills’ Crystal Kung Minkoff has revealed she was banned from driving in Arizona for several years after receiving a summons in Flagstaff.

The new actress of the 11th season said in the podcast “Teddi Tea Pod With Teddi Mellencamp” that there is an arrest warrant against her in Arizona.

“I can’t go there or I’ll be arrested,” she said.

After a clip of the interview was posted on social media, fans responded with GIFs and memes – as well as criticism of the privilege that allows Kung Minkoff to joke about an argument with the law.

Crystal Kung Minkoff reveals the full story behind her “arrest warrant”

However, the real story behind the “warrant” was not as dramatic as people expected. Kung Minkoff followed on social media, stating, “The real story isn’t that exciting.”

The incident, she said, happened 22 years ago when she was 16 years old. While driving on the Northern Arizona University campus, she was stopped by a campus officer because “It was my turn to cross the intersection at a four-way stop and the officer got mad.”

“So instead of giving me a normal ticket, I was quoted as using my car as a weapon,” she wrote in the post.

She claims that she was able to get in touch with a judge after receiving the quote in the mail and was told not to return to Arizona.

“The judge found this absurd and said, ‘Are you planning to go back here in the next 6 years?’ I said ‘no’, “she wrote.” He replied that it was so troublesome for you to come back to Arizona to dismiss a hearing, so just don’t come back! “

“So there is the story,” she concluded. “Sorry, it’s boring.”

The Coconino County website states, “Whether you have received a civil or criminal subpoena, you must respond to the court on or before the” You must appear “date stated on the front of the subpoena to warrant your arrest and / or arrest revocation of your driver’s license, a late payment fee and a default judgment fee.

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We reached out to the Flagstaff Justice Court and the NAU for more information on the incident. A review of the public records shows no citations for Kung Minkoff in Arizona.

Kung Minkoff’s “Housewives” biography states: “Krystal Kung Minkoff is no stranger to the most elite circles of Beverly Hills and quickly finds a foothold among women. A strict and headstrong mother of two, married to Hollywood heavyweight Rob Minkoff, Crystal works as hard as she plays and doesn’t like being fooled. “

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