Real Housewives of Potomac’s Monique Samuels physically assaults Candiace Dillard which leads to potential prison time for her! Details inside!!

Monique Samuels Potomac’s star of ‘Real Housewives’ is in a tough situation after she pathetically got physical during a battle with her costar Candiace Dillard.

As indicated by a summons acquired by PEOPLE, Samuels, 36, has been accused of second-degree ambush from the District Court of Montgomery County in Maryland.

Dillard, 32, recorded a protest legitimately with the court’s office on Thursday, Nov. 7, the court records state. The official discovered reasonable justification in Dillard’s grumbling, giving a summons for Samuels to show up in court on Dec. 23. If a judge concurs there’s reasonable justification, Samuels can be captured on the spot. A second-degree ambush conviction would accompany potential prison time.

The charge stems once again from a supposed occurrence among Samuels and Dillard on Oct. 16.

A source discloses to PEOPLE the two were at an evening gathering nearby their RHOP cast individuals when Samuels got Dillard by the hair and pulled her down. Bravo cameras were said to film the occurrence the entire time, for the establishment’s forthcoming fifth season.Dillard’s own lawyer James L. Walker, Jr. furnished PEOPLE with this select articulation. “Right now, we would prefer not to say excessively and simply permit the criminal procedure to play out. We just approach everybody to petition God for our customer Candiace and her family,” Walker said.

“The physical ambush, mortification and enthusiastic misery have all been excruciating and hard for Candiace, as it would be for anybody assaulted so violently,” he proceeded.

“We likewise implore that Monique will get some assistance,” said Walker. “The request to court charge of Second Degree Assault is only one stage beneath first-degree attack and should be paid attention to very. This conduct has no spot in our society.”Walker finished his announcement by soliciting that “everybody regard the security of the gatherings and permit the Montgomery County District Court to practice its obligation here to ensure unfortunate casualties like Candiace.”