LeeAnne Locken drama: Non-existent police report pops up, ex-boyfriend comments and she quits RHOD?

THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF DALLAS -- "Reunion" -- Pictured: (l-r) LeeAnn Locken, Andy Cohen, Brandi Redmond -- (Photo by: Heidi Gutman/Bravo)
THE REAL HOUSEWIVES OF DALLAS -- "Reunion" -- Pictured: (l-r) LeeAnn Locken, Andy Cohen, Brandi Redmond -- (Photo by: Heidi Gutman/Bravo) /

LeeAnne Locken threatens to quit Real Housewives of Dallas as that ‘non-existent’ police report pops up. 

During the first half of the Season 2 RHOD reunion, LeeAnne Locken dealt with quite a bit of drama before eventually walking off the set. Part of that drama centered around her alleged violent behavior and the possibility that maybe she has a history of acting out.

Bravo king Andy Cohen questioned LeeAnne about a story that a domestic situation with an old boyfriend ended up with a police report filed against her. LeeAnne insisted that it didn’t happen.

The who to-do about the police report came about last year when friend of the cast Maria Reyes wrote on her blog that she wouldn’t return to Real Housewives of Dallas for Season 2 because she was afraid for her safety. It turns out she was afraid of LeeAnne Locken.

Reyes cited the police report from 2008 as her reason to fear Locken. She said that LeeAnne’s old boyfriend accused her of chasing him with a knife.

When Andy Cohen confronted LeeAnne Locken on-set during the first part of the RHOD reunion, it went like this.

“Do you want to clarify the police report?” Cohen asked during the RHOD reunion.

“There isn’t one,” Locken shot back. “It doesn’t exist.”

“Did you try to kill someone with a knife and sandpaper?” Cohen asked.

“No, no, no,” Locken replied.

Apparently, LeeAnne forgot that police reports are public record, even hers. Naturally, after she denied there even being one, people started looking into it to see if she was telling the truth.

The Dallas Observer went so far as to contact Locken’s ex-boyfriend who was reportedly a part of the altercation back in 2008. While he didn’t go on record with the news site to discuss LeeAnne’s crazy ways, he did sound concerned about being connected to her.

“O no that girl is crazy please tell me that my name isn’t going to be in the observer,” the man (whom they did not name) responded to their inquiry. The actual police report can be seen here. At least, based on the report, we can verify that LeeAnne Locken is an actual Dallas resident since living within the city limits also seems to be so important with the RHOD stars.

In case you’re wondering (and you are, admit it) LeeAnne’s ex-boyfriend was Hubert Sebanc, as previously named by the Observer when Maria Reyes initially brought up the police report. According to their report, Hubert was cowering on the other side of a locked door while LeeAnne stabbed at the door from the other side.

The shocking report claims that Sebanc even held the phone up to the door so that a police dispatcher could hear the stabbing. Then he claims that Locken came back to the door with a piece of sandpaper and started trying to sand the knife marks off the door before ultimately slashing one of the tires on Sebanc’s car, then taking his ID and keys and fleeing in her own vehicle.

Like LeeAnne has claimed, Hubert Sebanc did choose not to prosecute her for the alleged knife incident. She claims that was because he made it up but based on his reaction to hearing about his ex-girlfriend, it sounds like he really just wants her to leave him alone forever.

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In any case, it looks like Locken won’t be returning for Season 3 of Real Housewives of Dallas. She made that clear via social media a few times lately. Most recently on Tuesday morning when a fan asked her if the Bravo series would be returning for another go-round.