One of the cast members of the hit TLC show, “Breaking Amish,” has allegedly released documents that reveal his dealings with police over the past several years.
Starcasm reports the police reports were published on the “Breaking Amish: The Expose” Facebook page.
Another Facebook page, “Breaking Amish: The Truth,” posted a comment saying Raber also submitted the police reports to it, but administrators note they were not placed on the page because they did not find them relevant, and they are also “attempting to verify the reports…”
Apparently Raber released the reports in an effort to disprove statements made by his ex-wife, Naomi Stutzman, who told CBS 21 that Raber was abusive and that the couple had a tumultuous relationship.
None of the “Domestic Violence” incidences in the reports include physical violence, documenting only verbal altercations between Raber and Stutzman.
Starcasm reports that a comment on the “Expose” Facebook page, allegedly written by the “Breaking Amish” star, says “i asked the admin to post them. im the one who sent them to him. they prove im nt guilty like ppl were sayin. everybody has the right to an opinion so i let them talk crap. ik whats tru.”
Three reports in total were posted, with the first police report dated May 20, 2008. It states Raber was found sitting in a car at the end of his driveway after his then-wife, Stutzman, called 911. He told the officer his wife kicked him out of the house after they had a verbal argument, said the document. The officer then spoke to Stutzman about the altercation and “gave her some ideas on what they could do” regarding “saving their marriage,” said the report.
Police were called to the Raber home a second time on June 19, 2008. This time, the couple was in a heated argument over money, but the exchange had not become physical, according to the police report. After listening to their issues, the officer told them to “ignore” one another “for the night or one to leave…” the report noted.
On the third occasion, which took place on July 8, 2008, the report indicates Raber told police he was feeling sick, took a nap, and when he woke up, his children were being “loud” so he asked his wife to “keep them quiet.” They began to argue and Naomi called police, said the report. After speaking to both of them, the officer wrote that Naomi left the residence with the children.
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