This situation should have never been allowed to happened as Josh is SEP, which is that he is never allowed contact with anyone! He is in a module that everyone in it is protective custody for varying reasons and never allowed to have contact with each other or anyone," Lauri told Us Weekly about his attack last week after visiting him. He's currently awaiting trial, but maintains his innocence, as does his mother.
Fairytales do come true
Lauri Peterson from The Real Housewives of Orange County rode off into the sunset with her prince charming when she left the show. The OG cast member was part of the flagship series, debuting as a struggling single mom during her first four seasons of the show. Cameras followed her as she worked alongside Vicki Gunvalson in her home-based office. Also, she was seen parenting her three children, while trying to date. Fans rooted for Peterson, especially when she met the love of her life, George. The couple had a fairytale romance and wedding, which was featured on the show. Since leaving RHOC, Peterson has made a few guest appearances but has remained private in recent years. Peterson appears to have truly found her prince as the couple has been happily married for 13 years. Congratulations Kelly!
She’s also a grandmother
By Dan Heching For Dailymail. Waring, who has been in jail since for an alleged shooting and car theft, was badly beaten and cut, and his reality star mother spoke to Us Weekly about the unfortunate development. He is in a module that everyone in it is protective custody for varying reasons and never allowed to have contact with each other or anyone,' Lauri explained. She also shared disturbing images of her son's injuries with the publication. According to his mom, this is not the first time that Waring has been roughed up behind bars. She also alleged that Josh has even been in shot with 'several rounds of pepper-balls by a deputy into his cell while he was sleeping.
The son of ex-'Real Housewives of Orange County' star Lauri Peterson is getting his wish to be transferred to a new jail, where he and his mom believe he'll be much safer. A judge approved the move on Friday for Josh Waring. Josh will get all the same privileges -- library access, unlimited calls, healthcare, etc. He's scheduled to be transferred later Friday.