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‘Big Brother’ Star Charged With Attacking Baby Daddy’s New Girlfriend With Car

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Christmas Abbott Car Crash Arrest

Former Big Brother star Christmas Abbott was arrested after she used her car to go after her baby daddy Benjamin Bunn‘s alleged mistress .

According to a police report obtained by The Blast, Abbott, who was eight-months along at the time, was at a CrossFit gym in Tampa, Florida, in August when she said she “lost it,” and rammed her vehicle into another belonging to Bunn’s new girlfriend.

Samantha Jane Morse told officers the trouble started when Abbott came up to her while she was sipping on some iced coffee at the gym.

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She claimed Abbott demanded to know if Bunn, who was also present, bought Morse the beverage. Abbott, 36, also asked if Morse was in an intimate relationship with Bunn.

According to the report, Morse declined to answer and Abbott called her a “pathetic home-wrecking slut” before she tossed the woman’s coffee across the gym.

Morse then alleged Abbott hopped into her Mercedes SUV and repeatedly rammed Morse’s Honda sedan while continuing to scream her nemesis was a home wrecker.

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Abbott was placed under arrest at the scene, but the mom-to-be became upset and the officer was forced to subdue her by pressing on her pressure points.

Though police declined to book Abbott at the time of the incident because she was pregnant, the third-place Big Brother 2017 competitor, who gave birth to a boy in October, turned herself in after cops issued an arrest warrant on Nov. 6.

She is now charged with felony criminal mischief.

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