“Real Housewives of New York City” star Luann de Lesseps is registering herself with recovery following her capture on Christmas Eve.
De Lesseps, 52, was captured at 1:25 a.m. on Dec. 24 in Palm Beach, Florida, for confused inebriation, opposing capture, battery of an officer and making dangers against an open hireling.
Today on Twitter, the truth star posted a protracted message clarifying how “humiliated” she is and that “I have chosen to look for proficient direction and will be willfully registering with a liquor treatment focus.”
Moreover, she needs to transform this incident into an “extraordinary occasion.”
“By and by, I genuinely apologize for my activities,” she included. “I have the best regard for the cops and the activity they do. My activities claimed in the police report don’t mirror my center esteems and decent character.”
— Luann de Lesseps (@CountessLuann) December 29, 2017
In the occurrence, the state’s lawyer working on it said the unscripted television star hammered an entryway, kicked a cop and advised individuals preceding her capture, “I will execute all of you,” as per a report in the Palm Beach Post that was later acquired by ABC News.
This is Lesseps second open expression of remorse. In the wake of being discharged last Sunday, she tweeted, “I need to offer my most genuine statements of regret to anybody that I may have irritated with my conduct.
This was my first time in Palm Beach since my wedding and being here raised covered feelings. I am focused on a transformative and confident 2018.”
De Lesseps marry her offended spouse, Tom D’Agostino, last New Year’s Eve in a similar city where she was captured. The two reported their split in August.
I want to offer my most sincere apologies to anyone that I might have offended with my behavior. This was my first time in Palm Beach since my wedding and being here brought up buried emotions. I am committed to a transformative and hopeful 2018
— Luann de Lesseps (@CountessLuann) December 24, 2017
De Lesseps was discharged individually recognizance and is expected back in court on Jan. 25.