Police were seen at the Southern California home of Shanna Moakler Thursday after her daughter called 911 to report a ‘domestic disturbance’ involving Moakler and boyfriend Matthew Rondeau.
Moakler’s daughter called 911 to report that Rondeau was shouting at her, sources with the Los Angeles Police Department on Thursday told TMZ. The former Miss USA, 47, and Rondeau, 30, were donning ‘skimpy clothes’ when they answered the door at her San Fernando Valley home, sources told the outlet.
Both Rondeau and the Providence, Rhode Island-born beauty were questioned by officers separately, police told the outlet, noting that each said that nothing had happened and that there was no disagreement.
The latest: Police were seen at the Southern California home of Shanna Moakler, 47, after her daughter called 911 to report a ‘domestic disturbance’ involving Moakler and boyfriend Matthew Rondeau, 30
Sources said that neither Rondeau or Moakler sported any physical marks, and that there was no broken furniture or objects on the premises.
The daughter who contacted the outlet about the purported incident was not present at the house when police arrived, sources said, adding that law enforcement believes there was miscommunication in the exchange.
Moakler is mother to son Landon, 18, and daughter Alabama, 16, with ex Travis Barker, 46, who she was married to from 2004 to 2008; and daughter Atiana De La Hoya, 23, from her former engagement to boxer Oscar De La Hoya, 49.
It was not immediately clear which daughter called authorities in regards to the alleged incident Thursday.
Moakler was seen in a glamorous Instagram shot this past April
The former Miss USA was seen posing in a black bikini last month
Rondeau was seen on a vacation to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico last month for his 30th birthday
Rondeau had been arrested in connection with an incident with Moakler February 24 in connection with felony domestic violence after he was accused of physically abusing the Celebrity Big Brother star.
In the exchange, sources told the outlet that Moakler and Rondeau had fought over his accusations of her being unfaithful to him; after she departed the premises, she returned the following morning and they continued to argue, with things getting physical.
Rondeau in late February took to social media with a clip in which he accused her of being unfaithful to him and vowed they would not reunite as a couple.
Moakler’s manager David Weintraub told Page Six following Rondeau’s arrest that ‘social media saved her life’ after Rondeau’s clip was ‘flagged immediately and police were called.’
Weintraub said that Moakler was ‘OK and survived this traumatic experience’ and that she had requested to be ‘given her space to adjust to life after this trauma.’
Rondeau, who has dated Moakler on-and-off since 2020, subsequently took to Instagram after his arrest and claimed that Moakler had made him ‘out to be the villain’ and denied physically abusing Moakler.
Moakler earlier this week told TMZ she was ‘not pressing charges’ against Rondeau, adding she was ‘hoping the city attorney respects my wishes and drops everything as well’
‘You know I’d never lay a hand on another woman,’ he said. ‘My mother is my angel and my best friend. She raised me right.’
In a police report obtained by US Weekly following Rondeau’s arrest, a police officer said that Rondeau had ‘grabbed [the] victim by the hair’ and swung ‘her by hair on the ground.’
The officer said that Rondeau had ‘grabbed [Moakler’s] face and neck, threw chair at victim and urinated on [her], leaving visible injuries’ in the aftermath.
The officer said that firearms were confiscated in the wake of the incident, and that Rondeau was ordered not to contact Moakler ‘by any means,’ or harass, attack, strike, threaten, [or] assault’ her.
Authorities issued the Pacific Blue actress a protective order from Rondeau following the arrest, ordering him to stay at least 100 yards away from her, but the pair subsequently rekindled their relationship.
Rondeau described himself as ‘an admirable person, an amazing son, and a very respectable and loving partner’ in a statement to TMZ this week about his legal case
Rondeau had been arrested in connection with an incident with Moakler February 24 in connection with felony domestic violence after he was accused of physically abusing the Celebrity Big Brother star
Rondeau was subsequently charged by the Los Angeles City Attorney with misdemeanor domestic violence, battery and vandalism in connection with the incident, which he entered a not guilty plea to earlier this week, Page Six reported. He is slated to appear in court Monday in connection with the charges.
Moakler earlier this week told TMZ she was ‘not pressing charges’ against Rondeau, adding she was ‘hoping the city attorney respects my wishes and drops everything as well.’
She added, ‘I will be supporting Matthew 100 percent. This has disrupted our lives enough. We have both learned from this experience we never wish to have been public, and we would like to move forward in a positive and peaceful manner.’
Rondeau described himself as ‘an admirable person, an amazing son, and a very respectable and loving partner’ in a statement to the website.
‘I haven’t even spoken or made a comment because I am so saddened and disgusted with the narrative the media has portrayed me as,’ he said. ‘I pray that the city of LA allows me to show them they made the right choice on dropping all charges against me.’