Cynthia Bailey’s Ex-husband Peter Thomas Arrested For DUI

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Peter Thomas’ was recently checked in for DUI arrest. Once he got out of jail following payment of a bond fee, RHOA Cynthia Bailey’s ex-husband lost an eviction case for his Bar One restaurant.

Peter Thomas Arrested For DUI In Georgia

Thomas was found in Georgia driving under the influence of alcohol. Though he was released after sorting out the $3,000 fee, he now has a record of a DUI arrest to his name.

After a glance at the jail documents, Radar Online determined that Thomas’ DUI wasn’t the only crime that warranted his arrest. He was booked for misdemeanors, including driving with expired tags, failure to present a license on the spot, zero insurance proof, going against a traffic control device, and not sticking to a lane.

Cynthia Bailey’s Ex-Husband Facing Possible Eviction After Losing His Case Against Landlord

Nothing says why Thomas, ex-husband to RHOA Bailey, should be breaking so many driving rules. But it might just be because he has a lot on his mind. Days before the DUI arrest, Thomas was decked with a default judgment in a Florida court.

Bentley Bay Retail owner of the property where Thomas, a restauranteur who runs his business, said he was stalling in payment. The businessman promised to submit the sum of $505k and send proof of payment. However, he did not honor his words, so the court granted Bentley Bay Retail full power of eviction.

This order means that the landlord can reclaim the property and can remove everything in his way whether persons or property. On top of that, the judge pointed out to the landlord how much power he wields, adding that he can sue Thomas for damages.

Unfortunately, Thomas is on the brink of losing Bar One, a business he started in 2019. The enterprise stopped making public posts in Oct. 2023.

This is not the first time he would be facing an eviction lawsuit. Back in 2022, the prosecutor said Thomas had delayed payment and other fees. After much back and forth, the landlord concluded that he was tired of waiting for so long before getting paid.

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