If you guessed the 30-year-old's father Jeffrey LaBeouf, you're absolutely correct. As you may know, the Transformers alum's dad is a convicted pedophile who spent time in prison for attempted rape of a minor. And, according to DailyMail, the 68-year-old is wanted by the California police.
While Miz de Lesseps has decided to move on from the scandal, her fellow Bravolebrities dragged her for the decision during the reunion. So it's no wonder the 51-year-old said this latest season was her least favorite one to film. During an interview on Sirius XM's Wake Up with Taylor, the reality TV vet dished:
"The plan was for it to be a private deal, and part of the package, the King Tut package, you get a live stream for free—part of the deal. And I said, 'You know we don't really need that as a matter of fact. We'll just take our private tape. We got our moms there, and they said no problem."
But like all weddings, things didn't go exactly as planned. Apparently, someone at the chapel "pressed the wrong button that sends the video to TMZ."
Wow! That King Tut package really puts you right in the spotlight!
Ch-ch-check out Shia's interview (above) to hear him dish on his special day and tell Ellen all about his epic road trip project (below)!
But now that they've moved in together in Texas — which they say is "so good" — and are enjoying getting to know one another (seems a bit backwards, but whatevs), now comes the hard part… planning the big day!
And while the couple admits the ball is definitely rolling, the reality TV stars shared they're having a little trouble picking a time and a place for their ceremony.
As you may recall, Farrah's on-again/off-again boyfriend Simon Saran upset most of the MTV franchise when he called Amber's fiancé, Matt Baier, a pedophile and Maci Bookout an alcoholic on Snapchat.
Well, that shade clearly didn't sit well with the 16 & Pregnant stars... because when Simon attempted to apologize for his name-calling, he and Michael Abraham ended up physically fighting the rest of the cast!
According to an audience member, things turned ugly when Farrah interrupted Simon's "sorry," saying: