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The jury convicted a former “90 Day Fiancé” star of aggravated kidnapping, domestic assault and interference with emergency calls, according to Knox County District Attorney’s Office.

Geoffrey Ian Paschal, 44, was accused of assault by his ex-fiancé. During his two-day trial, Pascal claimed that his former fiancé’s injuries were inflicted by himself. However, a jury “discredited” her testimony and found her “guilty as charged”.


“With October being Domestic Violence Awareness Month, I hope this sentencing shows victims that we will fight for them and hold their abusers accountable,” District Attorney Charme Allen said in a statement. “Victims of domestic abuse can contact the Family Justice Center for Victim Services, and community members can also contact them about how they can help end domestic violence.”

Paschal was ordered into custody and will be sentenced on December 3.

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’90 Days Fiancé’ star accused of kidnapping, allegedly abusing ex-girlfriend: Report

NS reality star She was arrested in June 2019 after her ex-fiance accused him of assaulting her in the house she shared at the time. He was charged with aggravated kidnapping, domestic assault, interference with emergency calls, and vandalism.

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Knox News Received a copy of the ex-fiancé’s petition seeking protection, in which she claimed that Pascal “beat/slammed my head repeatedly into the hardwood floor of my house.”

The outlet reported that she accused Paschal of dragging her with her hair through the house, in addition to “throwing my body into walls and furniture.”

The alleged victim claimed in the petition that she saw her blood “on my walls, furniture etc”.

Paschal’s ex alleged that he had disabled her phone, so she ran to a neighbor’s house to call 911. The ex-fiancé’s security filing also accused the reality star of “pushing, hitting, strangling” and threatening her on four occasions in September 2018.

Granthshala News’ Melissa Roberto contributed to this report.