If you watched the premiere of Married at First Sight in Dallas last week, you already know that the consensus on Tristan Thompson, the lone man of color looking for love this season, is that he never should have signed up to be on reality TV. When you’re comfortable enough telling the world you have no interest in dating a woman darker than you when you were raised by parents of a darker complexion, you need to go sit in a corner.
But he is inadvertently already getting his comeuppance due to the fact that some less than flattering information has come out about his new wife, Mia Bally.
In the preview for the season, we see that right as the couple prepares to take off from Dallas for their honeymoon, Mia will be detained for reasons that aren’t explained. However, in other clips, Tristan makes it clear that the reasons are enough to make him second-guess being married to her.
As it turns out, the Jamaican and Trinidadian beauty was detained at the airport over allegations that she has been stalking an ex-boyfriend.
MonstersandCritics.com obtained her mugshot and police report, and she was detained as a fugitive of the Ouachita Parish Sherrif’s Office in Louisiana in March over three charges of stalking an ex and one count of unauthorized use of an access card. She was released after Ouachita Parish declined to extradite her. But they did tell the site that the arrest warrant was put in place after her ex filed multiple complaints of harassment and stalking since he and Mia split around Christmas of 2016.
He filed twice in 2017 and two more times in 2018 in Monroe, Louisiana, claiming she was showing up to his home and job. In one instance, she actually showed up when he was filing a report with police and authorities told her to stop contacting him. But her ex said she proceeded to text him and go to his home. He filed another complaint in January, close to the time Mia was set up to marry Tristan, because she messaged him on Facebook saying she had a Christmas present for him.
The gift? It was on him:
According to the police report, Bally had ordered an iPhone and two protection plans on Amazon — leaving her ex with a bill of $1455.18, which he was able to recover. According to the police report, he was able to show proof of the charges and the Facebook messages to the officer responding to his call.
The last complaint was filed on January 18, with Mia’s ex saying she asked if they could get back together, saying they’d had a number of “fun times” together. Police then issued an arrest warrant for Mia on February 6, and she was finally detained in March in Tarrant County, Texas.
We’ll have to wait and see how Tristan reacts to this news. But stalking claims and still having very strong feelings for her ex? We smell an annulment on the way.